Source: SC Media
02 May 2018

Like many college students who cram the night before a test – and some writers who test the limits of their editors’ patience with their procrastination – many companies have pushed off GDPR compliance, believing either it doesn’t apply to them, it’s too costly or overwhelming or they can afford to wait and see just how serious regulators are about admonishing and fining companies who falter on privacy.

Big mistake.

The European Union spent a lot of time putting together, debating, reviewing and finalizing GDPR, which governs how data is handled, shared and protected and the organization is not about to abandon its efforts now that the regulation has been brought to bear.

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