GDPR is not a fully prescriptive regulation. It requires your organization to do your homework, o wn your risks, and come up with “appropriate t echnical and organizational measures” specific to t he organization
The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is designed to harmonize data privacy laws across Europe, protect and empower all EU citizens’ data privacy, and reshape the way organizations across the region (and the globe) approach data privacy.
In the following pages, we examine the role technology solutions from the areas listed above play in GDPR compliance. More importantly, we explain how these solutions can work together to help enable organizations to continually monitor for compliance.
Imagine you could rewrite the laws of physics. Imagine you could fundamentally change the mass, entropy, and friction coefficient of data. For instance, what if you could provision as many databases as you want? What if you could refresh your data in just minutes? What if you could reduce the footprint of data by 90%? Or what if you could protect all of your non-production data—down to the second? You can do all these things with Delphix.
The new EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) looms and will take eﬀect in May 2018, but according to Gartner, less than 50 percent of companies* are on track to be compliant by the due date. GDPR is the most signiﬁcant change in data privacy regulation in more than 20 years. It represents an extraordinary shift in the way businesses will be expected to operate when they gather, process, maintain, and protect personal data of EU data subjects. Any organization that retains information of EU data subjects must be in compliance or face huge ﬁnes of up to 4% of worldwide turnover.
Companies have worked hard over the past few years to design and implement GDPR compliance programs in time for the May 25, 2018 deadline. Internally, they may have generated hundreds or thousands of pages of project plans, policies, processes and reports – including Article 30 records of processing, Article 35 DPIAs, and much more.