GDPR enforcement goes into effect in May 2018. Are you ready? Most organizations currently aren’t.
Get prepared and plan ahead to protect your sensitive data against targeted attacks and breaches while ensuring data privacy – or take the risk and pay the price!
With new obligations on data subject consent, data anonymization and transparency, privacy by design and by default, the GDPR requires organizations which process EU citizens’ data to undertake major operational reforms regarding several factors:
The GDPR makes security an absolute requirement for organizations of any size processing EU citizens’ data. Serious infringements will be penalized with fines of up to either €20 million or 4% of total annual worldwide turnover, whichever is higher. Fines are determined by the nature and severity of the infringement.
What we can do for you
We are proud of our uniquely qualified blend of compliance professionals, data protection experts, and information security specialists whose collective knowledge, experience and expertise can address both the legal/compliance aspect as well as the technical challenges of the GDPR enforcement. By employing a holistic approach and utilizing ground experience in all major industries, we can help you address the challenges that the GDPR presents. The GDPR Readiness Assessment is a high-level evaluation of your organization’s readiness to meet mandatory compliance requirements with the GDPR. Odyssey™, with its cumulative knowhow and expertise, can provide such an assessment upon request.
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