Source: SC Media
02 May 2018
With the continued focus on personal information and the privacy rights of individuals, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) officially goes into effect this month and it will certainly have an international reach, affecting any organization that handles the personal data of European Union (EU) residents, regardless of where it is processed. The GDPR adds another layer of complexity, not to mention potential cost and associated resources, to the issue of critical information asset management.
The GDPR redefines the scope of EU data protection legislation, forcing organizations worldwide to comply with its requirements. The GDPR aims to establish the same data protection levels for all EU residents and will have a solid focus on how organizations handle personal data. The benefits of the GDPR will create several compliance requirements, from which few organizations will completely escape.Read Full Article