GDPR will impact the way you manage client and prospect information, and how you collect and manage huge volumes of personal data. The A-team Group – sponsored by ASG Technologies – asked data executives in the UK, Europe and the US how they are preparing for this shift in regulatory requirements.
The GDPR is expected to bring sweeping changes to how HR organizations manage and protect employee data when it comes into effect on May 25, 2018. How can you get your organization ahead of this new legislation?
This guide distills the 200+ page GDPR into five discrete phases to help a business develop a plan for compliance. The guide is designed for professionals across a wide range of functions who will be impacted by the GDPR.
This guide is for CISOs who want to understand whether their companies will be impacted by the new regulation, what the effects might be, and steps their teams could take to prepare for GDPR data security requirements.
Because most companies subject to GDPR will need to comply with Article 30, this Solutions Brief will cover the general requirements, processes to help meet the requirements, and how to produce Article 30 compliance reports.
This solution brief will share the findings from those collaborations. Specifically, this brief will explain the similarities and differences between a PIA and DPIA, and outline best practices for conducting a DPIA.
Enforcement of the GDPR is looming. Every organization around the world that processes or controls any data pertaining to EU citizens must be in compliance with the new regulation in order to avoid facing steep penalties.
Organizations must protect PII in a number of different ways, and must be able to demonstrate due diligence in keeping records of processing activities, including the categories of personal data processed, the purposes of processing, categories of recipients of PII, transfers to third countries, and the relevant technical and organizational security measures, as well as ensuring that only authorized users have access to the data.
The new European Union (EU) General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) requires that organisations undertake significant operational reform to meet increased obligations of handling personal data. Appropriate record keeping is critical as the GDPR requires organisations to demonstrate compliance and accountability. OneTrust privacy management software helps organisations meet these requirements by automating privacy impact assessments and data mapping, identifying privacy risks, and enforcing risk management activities in an integrated platform. This guide covers how to use the OneTrust Privacy Management Software to meet the requirements of the GDPR.