Managing the Personal Data Assets is key for GDPR

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GDPR means General Data Protection Regulation. If you have not been living on another planet recently or aslept in a deep coma, you are likely to have heard about it. GDPR is the European regulation which aims at strengthening citizen’s rights on their personal data. Companies must comply with this regulation which has come into […]

GDPR means General Data Protection Regulation.

If you have not been living on another planet recently or aslept in a deep coma, you are likely to have heard about it. GDPR is the European regulation which aims at strengthening citizen’s rights on their personal data. Companies must comply with this regulation which has come into force since May 25th 2018. The regulation has multiple impacts on the business functions: Legal, Compliance, Business, Risks, IT…

Appropriate knowledge and management of the Personal Data is a key point to answer GDPR Stakes:

The Data Security solutions such as data encryption, data masking… must also be taken into consideration, especially to prevent Data Breaches.

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