GDPR and the Impact on Data Archiving and Information Governance

 

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The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) has been voted into law by the European Union (EU) and went into effect on May 25, 2018. However, while this data protection and privacy legislation is enacted by the European Union, it will have far-reaching consequences for firms doing business with EU citizens around the world. And as many organisations now employ technology and service providers to collect, process and store data, they must be increasingly diligent in ensuring that their service providers are equipped to address GDPR demands.

 

Download this report to learn more about:

• Key principles of GDPR that businesses and their vendors must follow

• How to demonstrate compliance with regulations

• The implications of GDPR for data archiving and information governance