The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is the European Union’s (EU) new data protection law that comes into effect on 25 May 2018.
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How to prepare your business for GDPR？
The legal landscape of data protection is evolving rapidly, and presenting challenges for businesses, government and public authorities. If your organisation is consumer-facing, online, in the financial services sector or in possession of sensitive personal data it may be particularly affected.
With the deadline growing closer, you’ll need to scrutinise the regulatory changes and understand how they will affect your business operations. Bear in mind that the impact of GDPR isn’t confined to a specific area of your business – it will require business-wide adoption of a more process orientated approach.
It’s likely you’ll need to amend your business practices to become compliant with this new regulation, and implement new controls. So where should you start? We’ve created a simple visual, below, to help structure your approach to achieve compliance.
Please download below report of the full process of GDPR.