With the EU General Data Protection Regulation right around the corner, you have probably heard that there will be six legal bases for processing personal data – consent, performance of a contract, compliance with a legal obligation, vital interests, public interest or official authority, and legitimate interests.
In a world where cybersecurity incidents make headlines on a weekly basis, the watchword is security. More than 9 billion personal records have been stolen in the last five years, escalating security and privacy concerns. Data security is now a top imperative for the business, and responding to regulatory pressure is a key hurdle to overcome.
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.