The EU GDPR Means A New Era for Information Privacy and Security. Organizations cannot hope to meet this coming wave of regulation by approaching information privacy and security as an afterthought or by applying outdated and manual approaches to a set of problems that simply must be automated.
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2018 is just around the corner, and with it comes a slew of new security and regulatory concerns. Responding to this new landscape of information security concerns and complying with regulation can seem like a massive effort, especially if your organization has not been employing best practices with managing your data and information, or struggles with multiple systems with inadequate architecture. In this webinar, we’ll take a close look at some best practices for data privacy compliance, and assess how six large US-based multinational organizations are: prioritizing GDPR compliance with other goals; assessing the risk posed by noncompliance; formalizing teams to address this and future mandates; and revising data privacy models in a world where breaches continue to be the norm. The more consistency you can achieve between systems, and the broader your controls around those systems, the easier your process will be. Without the simplest route to compliance, the risk will always be too great.
Creating a foundation to fluidly meet GDPR can uncover new opportunities to innovate for the future. Yes it requires a great digital strategy. Join us as we explore some opportunities and lessons we learned while implementing a holistic approach for regulations in a large financial institution.