Business Management

Helping Address Your GDPR Needs Using Oracle IT Infrastructure.

Provided by Oracle

Category Business Management

Type White Paper

Length 8

Publish Date February 12 2018

Date posted February 12 2018


The need to secure your company’s data is nothing new. We all know that corporate data is at risk from loss, theft, and corruption, and that it’s important to put processes and technologies in place to protect it. But the threats to your data are evolving, so data protection must evolve too. New data protection legislation is being put in place to strengthen the existing data security process in addition to introducing new requirements. In May 2018, the EU General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) will come into effect, and organisations based both inside and outside the EU subject to it will have no choice but to comply. Oracle has a range of solutions that can help you implement a strategy to address the incoming EU GDPR, but no matter how effective your security solutions, if your infrastructure is open then you’re still exposed and vulnerable. For that reason, this paper will focus on how Oracle IT infrastructure can be used to implement a robust security framework to help address these new regulations

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