The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) went into effect in May 2018, requiring businesses around the world to protect the personally identifiable information (PII) of citizens from the European Union (EU). Although the regulation is already in effect, many businesses are still struggling with how to properly implement protections across systems and processes.
In this white paper, SentryOne Product Manager, John Martin, provides a deep dive into the following:
What businesses need to understand regarding the data they're collecting, why they're collecting that data, what systems are collecting data, and how they're using the data.
The information that falls under PII.
The fact that GDPR grants EU citizens eight rights for individuals; there are four rights that will have the greatest potential to affect IT systems.
A checklist for preparing for a GDPR request before one is made.
Penalties for not complying with GDPR requirements can be significant, but by building a strong foundation of GDPR compliance, your business can move forward confidently.