GDPR – what businesses can do to boost personal data security

By Nikolay Pankov

In less than a week, the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will come into effect. Therefore, businesses operating in Europe – or just processing or collecting European citizens’ personal data – need to comply with this directive starting May 25.

There is no universal advice on what you should do to comply – it depends on your business and your processes. However, it is clear that from now on, data protection will have to be a major priority as cybersecurity’s significance grows. We have prepared a small infographic as a reminder of what GDPR is and what businesses can do to boost personal data security.

Our next-generation technologies and solutions can help your organization achieve its cybersecurity goals as part of its overall GDPR-compliance strategy.

(From Kaspersky blog, where it’s posted on May 18, a week before the coming into force of GDPR today, may 25, 2018).


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