Who’s Watching Your Data? Best Practices for the GDPR

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CISO’s around the world are preparing for the need to comply with the upcoming European Union General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Exposing personal data always puts your company at risk, however, failing to meet the provisions of the GDPR may now result in fines of up to 4% of your company’s revenue.

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Who’s Watching Your Data? Best Practices for the GDPR

  1. 1. Who’s Watching Your Data? Best Practices for the GDPR CISO’s around the world are preparing for the need to comply with the upcoming European Union General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Exposing personal data always puts your company at risk, however, failing to meet the provisions of the GDPR may now result in fines of up to 4% of your company’s revenue. Privacy and security impact assessments should be performed as project progress, not just at the completion of a project. When a project is first initiated, you must identify any personal data that will be used. Privacy, security and the project management offices need to work together as a team. To prepare for the GDPR you need a well-planned strategy based on the following best practices: Who’s Protecting Your Data When Silos Breakdown: Preparing for GDPR Learn more with an IBM webcast. Don’t Let GDPR Blow You Away: 5 Tips to Help You Set Sail Read a Hurwitz & Associates blog on:

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