Regulatory Compliance

Everything you need to know about… GDPR

The European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into effect on May 25th after a two year transition period. With not long to go, and despite companies having a clearer understanding of the policy and its specifics, employees are still concerned about their company’s own ability to comply, and the hefty fines non-compliance could bring.

So today, with the GDPR’s implementation just around the corner, here’s everything you need to know.


GDPR: The Basics

It’s about data privacy, not data security.

While data security is increasingly important in today’s environment, GDPR is focused more on a company’s ability to keep peoples data private.


EU GDPR: A pocket guide

This pocket guide aims to provide readers with a better understanding of GDPR to allow companies around the world to remain compliant and continue to drive business success.


What we know, and don’t know, about GDPR

Questions being asked a year ago are still relevant now.  


Who Needs to be Prepared?

Middle Management and Board Members

Contrasting confidence levels are a concern for many.


New EU data policies will deeply affect multinationals

The GDPR may be European legislation, but it will deeply impact the business operations of companies worldwide. 


Who will GDPR hit the hardest?

25 experts weigh-in on what GDPR might mean in practice.


Getting Compliant

A Q&A on Global Cloud Data Security

Poor cloud security could impact your ability to meet GDPR requirements


The Vapourware of GDPR

Solutions to the GDPR ‘problem’ may not be as simple as you’ve been told.


GDPR and Smart Cities

Smart Cities could have to move on from their traditional ‘open data’ source to keep in line.


Naked security: Why technology alone can’t conquer GDPR

Workers are just as important as technology when it comes to GDPR.


GDPR and the cloud: Three tips for businesses

Eduard Meelhuysen of Bitglass provides three GDPR cloud tips for businesses.


And a bonus…

G(in)DPR: Five gins to drink with these GDPR white papers

Yeah, you should definitely worry about compliance, but it’s also fine to relax a little too.


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