Securing to Europe’s General Data Protection Regulation

New Rules for the European Union and the European Economic Area

General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) imposes a new set of security requirements to protect personal data.

These requirements are based on the experiences of data protection authorities and the everyday digital environment where cyber-criminals trade personal data in underground data markets.

Any data controller (organization that collects data from EU residents) or processor (organization that processes data on behalf of the data controller e.g. cloud service provider) must apply security measures and safeguards that allow it to implement the necessary standards for the protection of that data.

30px“e-Safe Compliance fulfils the requirements of implementing a BYOD policy, continuous compliance and auditing, protection of personal data, placing access controls to it and the identification of any breach of such data under the organisational and technical safeguards requirements of GDPR. ”

– Ensuring Compliance To General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) Using E-Safe Compliance 

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