GDPR Compliance — 10 Ways An IRP Can Help
After much anticipation, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) becomes widely enforceable in May 2018. Despite the significance of the regulation and widespread media coverage, survey data suggests that the majority of impacted organizations are still not prepared for GDPR. Those who are aware of GDPR are certain to remember the severity of the potential fines for noncompliance: 4% of annual revenue, or 20 million Euros, whichever is greater.
GDPR has a broad mandate related to data protection, so in order to avoid these devastating fines, it is imperative that organizations implement strong procedures that cover the entirety of the security lifecycle, and are both scalable and flexible.
Download the solution guide to learn how an incident response platform like D3 can play an integral role in your GDPR Compliance, including:
Tools for fast response to support strict notification deadlines;
- Generating a provable record of adherence to security best practices;
- Workflows that lock users into compliant processes with less chance for human error; and
- Easier reporting, through GDPR-specific templates and auto-populated reports.