In this whitepaper, we're going through why GDPR is more than a regulation and why you should put data management at the heart of your compliance plans.
GDPR has been described by some as being the most significant regulatory framework to hit companies since the Sarbanes-Oxley Act. With a stated objective to “give citizens back control of their personal data, and to simplify the regulatory environment for business”, it will impact every single European individual who has shared their personal data with an organisation, and every single organisation that holds information on any European individual.
This whitepaper discusses why any attempt to be compliant must start with the data an organisation holds, and gives practical guidance to help organisations prepare for their GDPR responsibilities.
Most people believe that, like a letter, once it is delivered, an email is immutable. However, a new email exploit turns that assumption on its head. Email is the most common method of communication and information exchange.