Are You Ready For GDPR?

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Here you will find the latest reports and information on GDPR to help you better understand and manage your customers' private data. 

 

  • Helping Address GDPR Challenges with RSA Security 
    While GDPR has very specific articles defining particular steps to be taken, many aspects of GDPR compliance can be achieved through leveraging established data security and compliance management best practices. Based on extensive experience helping global organizations with implementation of security best practices, RxSA has developed a four-part focus intended to assist organizations in moving towards GDPR compliance. It is important to recognize that ultimately GDPR compliance is a combination of technical requirements, legal analysis, process definition, documentation and human oversight. As such, organizations should consult with their legal experts on their individual compliance requirements
  • GDPR Compliance with RSA Archer
    While GDPR has very specific articles defining particular steps to be taken, many aspects of GDPR compliance can be achieved through leveraging established data security and compliance management best practices. Based on extensive experience helping global organizations with implementation of security best practices, RxSA has developed a four-part focus intended to assist organizations in moving towards GDPR compliance. It is important to recognize that ultimately GDPR compliance is a combination of technical requirements, legal analysis, process definition, documentation and human oversight. As such, organizations should consult with their legal experts on their individual compliance requirements.
  • Helping Address Data Governance for GDPR with RSA Security
    The European Union (EU) General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) that takes effect in May 2018 will bring changes to organizations that handle personally identifiable information (PII) of European residents. This regulation is intended to strengthen privacy rights and the security of such PII of individuals within the EU, whether that data is stored inside or outside of the EU. The scope of the GDPR encompasses all businesses established in the EU as well as any business outside the EU that controls or processes personal data related to individuals in the EU, making GDPR a truly global compliance requirement.
  • GDPR Protection & the RSA NetWitness Suite
    The EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will affect any company that does business within the EU and goes into effect on May 25, 2018. The GDPR represents a major evolution in global data security and privacy practices, so companies will need to thoroughly review, and in many cases drastically change, the way personal data is handled going forward.
  • Helping Breach Response For GDPR With RSA Security
    RSA offers business-driven security solutions that uniquely link business context with security incidents to help organizations manage risk and protect what matters most. RSA solutions are designed to help organizations effectively detect and respond to advanced attacks; manage user identities and access; and, reduce business risk, all essential steps in helping an organizations develop a holistic strategy for responding to GDPR.
  • Getting Ready for GDPR – How Dell Can Help
    The rights of data subject access, portability and data deletion will require organizations to have the ability to search through large volumes of data, which can be particularly challenging for unstructured data. While organizations will have to formulate appropriate queries, many of our products and solutions include powerful search capabilities across specific data sets, and in many cases can also export, restore or delete data to help enable customers meet their GDPR requirements. These solutions include DP Search for Networker and Avamar backups; SourceOne for email, files and SharePoint content stored in or managed by the platform; Mozy for endpoint backups; and Isilon Search for content on Isilon Storage.
  • Data Security Solutions from Dell & GDPR
    Cyber-attacks and data security breaches have become an everyday occurrence and any organisation, whatever its size or type of business, can be a target. Every organisation has some form of personal data, such as customer details and employee information, that is highly prized by criminals.
  • How to Thrive in a GDPR World (Infographic)
    The GDPR represents a new way of doing usiness. With strict requirements around data privacy and protection—and big penalties for noncompliance—the GDPR is accelerating the convergence of business risk and IT risk. With the right tools and processes, organizations can address the GDPR while gaining the benefits of a Business-Driven Security™ strategy.
  • GDPR Survival Basics: 5 Ways to Help Prepare
    Organizations around the world have been watching anxiously as the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) approaches, bringing with it the potential for tremendous upheaval. Those who haven’t made a priority of preparing for this monumental shift in how private data is collected, stored and protected— which amounts to about half of US multinational companies, according to a PwC survey1—face a very real risk of damage as GDPR blows in on May 25, 2018. With the potential for fines for noncompliance to reach in the millions of euros, the financial hit could be enough to shut some entities down. There’s still time to prepare, but with just months to go, it’s important to act quickly. This paper sets out five basic steps organizations may want to consider to help set up a framework for managing GDPR risk. 
  • Helping to Address Data Governance for GDPR with RSA
    Organizations need to establish and apply effective controls around the usage of PII, establish and manage retention requirements and maintain a record of processing activities of PII. By improving the framework and controls around the usage of PII, the organization is better able to address security risks, control access, and meet reporting requirements for the management of PII.
  • Forrester Fact or Fiction: The State of GDPR Compliance
    Forrester Consulting surveyed 331 decision-makers across IT, security, privacy and line-of-business functions to calibrate the state of GDPR compliance, as part of “Fact or Fiction: The State Of GDPR Compliance”, a December 2017 commissioned study conducted by Forrester Consulting on behalf of RSA.
  • Forrester GDPR Readiness Benchmark Survey
    All companies doing business in the European Union ("EU") as well as companies that control or process personal data of residents or citizens of the EU must be compliant with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) by May 2018. Are you ready?
  • Forrester: GDPR Success Hinges on Compliance Program Management
    Many organizations report that they are fully compliant with several key tenets of GDPR, according to the results of "GDPR Success Hinges On Compliance Program Management," a November 2017 commissioned study conducted by Forrester Consulting on behalf of RSA. Despite this progress, however, study respondents still face a lot of work and many challenges.
  • A Practical Guide to GDPR Compliance
    The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) has been approved by the European Union and demands significant data protection safeguards to be implemented by organizations around the world. Most organizations are not yet adequately prepared for compliance with the GDPR, but the consequences of getting it wrong are significant. Learn how you can successfully prepare for GDPR with advice from Osterman Research.
  • Managing the Challenge of GDPR: Osterman Research Survey Respts Webinar
    The GDPR has important implications for every business, even for those that have no operations in Europe. However, Osterman Research has found that even with implementation of the GDPR just seven months away [at the time of the webinar], many businesses are not well prepared to meet the compliance obligations of this critical requirement. A failure to meet the obligations of the GDPR can have devastating financial consequences for an organization, yet compliance with it will have positive spillover effects on an organization’s information governance, archiving, security and other capabilities. Join us to explore how the GDPR will impact your business and how you can comply with the key provisions of this landmark requirement before the May 25, 2018 deadline.
  • GDPR Compliance with RSA
    RSA Archer allows your organization to document and evaluate EU GDPR related infrastructure, policies and procedures, risks, controls, third parties, outstanding issues and remediation plans. You can consolidate this information for relevant business processes to establish a sustainable, repeatable and auditable EU GDPR compliance program. With RSA Archer, you get a clear view of the organization’s state of EU GDPR compliance, which allows you to prioritize activities that address the regulation’s requirements. The RSA Archer Suite provides several use cases to help your organization address GDPR obligations, including the following options.
  • GDPR: What It Means to Your Cybersecurity Strategy
    The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) establishes the many measures organizations must take to protect personal data belonging to EU residents. The extraterritorial law has broad applicability to organizations based outside of the EU, and EU regulators will begin enforcing it on May 25, 2018. Organizations found not in compliance face potentially stiff fines of up to 4% of annual worldwide revenue or 20 million euros, whichever is higher.

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