The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is coming and no matter what part of a business you work in, be it HR or marketing, legal, information security and IT, it will affect you and have an impact on your working day. If you handle, hold or use personal data – whether that’s employee details, customer or prospect information – the GDPR will bring change to your working practices and it’s up to you to make them.
While a large part of GDPR readiness will come down to the heavy lifting done by your legal, information security and IT departments, the regulations mean a fundamental change to the way in which companies – and the individuals within them – handle personal information. That’s why at Kaspersky Lab, we believe we all have a role to play in getting the organisations we work for over the line, ahead of the May 25, 2018 deadline.
Much like a personal trainer, Kaspersky Lab can help you set out a plan of attack to get your team in tip-top shape and ready for life under the GDPR.
Businesses should see GDPR as an opportunity to clean, manage and secure vulnerable personal data and with that create and leverage on new business opportunities.
It requires a data detox, and will help businesses to save money, become more competitive, and get ready for future challenges and business requirements.
We’ve created a brief animated video, which provides an overview of elements of the GDPR and what the new regulations might mean for various people and roles within your business.
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To find out more about the GDPR and how it applies to specific roles within your business, please download our free whitepaper here.Download whitepaper