Our Top 7 GDPR Compliance Tools
GDPR will be enforced from 25 May 2018, and it is the culmination of years of work by the EU to reform Data Protection regulation into a union-wide framework. GDPR affects all organisations that hold personal data on EU citizens, regardless of where the organisation is based in the world. It can involve penalties of an upper limit of €20 million or 4% or annual global turnover. Preparing for the GDPR may sound complex but there are certain ways you can tailor your security approach to help towards compliance.
So far in our GDPR compliance series, we have covered how the new legislation will affect a variety of different industries and the requirements that businesses will need to meet by May 25th. However, it is not always clear how you can go about meeting them. Here are the best GDPR compliance tools that we recommend for bolstering security and minimising the risk of a data breach:
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