The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is approaching, not just for European enterprises, but for every company around the world that holds data about European citizens. From May 2018 companies will be penalised heavily if in breach of the new GDPR regulations. But the good news is that Microsoft Office 365 can be an important ally in complying with GDPR. The Office 365 suite can help you secure your IT environment and achieve compliance with enterprise-grade user and administrative controls.
Part of the preparation for the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) includes identifying who is responsible for what. As expected from a new regulation there are loads of questions in point of uncertainty. In this article, based on the GDPR coalition content, we will attempt to explain in brief, the main departments affected by the GDPR. We will also advise on what each department should be asking themselves right now.
The GDPR – General Data Protection Regulation is approaching. From May 2018, all companies will need to comply with the new regulation despite the size of the business. According to the results of a recent study commissioned by DataSolutions, 23pc of Irish businesses here said they would be forced to close if found to be non-compliant and subject to these financial penalties.
The GDPR & Brexit Conference is sponsored by the GDPR Awareness Coalition whose members are committed to ensuring Ireland and Irish businesses are aware, educated and ready for implementation next May.
GDPR & Brexit Conference will include keynotes from leading GDPR experts and data privacy specialists from Ireland, the EU and the UK.
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