A Practical Guide for GDPR Compliance

An Osterman Research White Paper

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) has been approved by the European Union and, once it comes into force in May 2018, will give data subjects significant new rights over how their personal data is collected, processed, and transferred by data controllers and processors.

The time to get ready is now.

The GDPR will be enforced beginning in 2018. Every organization that maintains data on EU residents will need to ensure that they have the appropriate capabilities in place to ensure compliance with the varied aspects of the GDPR. Not complying will be potentially very damaging and, if the EU follows through on its promised fine structure, very expensive.

Before the deadline approaches, be sure to read this practical guide for:

  • A detailed checklist to help you gauge readiness for GDPR Compliance
  • Why it is important to understand how GDPR applies to your organization
  • Essential GDPR requirements for your company data

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