How to Get Ready for GDPR Compliance

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    Title*How to Get Ready for GDPR Compliance
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    Posted by Callie Sierra
    2 May 2017

     

    Effective 25 May 2018, the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is set to replace the Data Protection Directive 95/46/ec. The new regulations extend the data rights of EU individuals and requires law firms to implement policies and processes to better protect clients’ personal data and provide enhanced safeguards in case of a cyber attack.  

     

    The introduction of GDPR will require firms that work with EU citizens to overhaul their operational processes to meet new obligations on matters such as data subject consent, data encryption and anonymisation, vendor management, and breach notification. Firms will shoulder a greater amount of responsibility for safeguarding their client information. If a firm is unable to demonstrate that it has taken every reasonable step to protect its systems and data, not only will it face potentially crippling fines, but its reputation will suffer significant damage. 

     

    Fortunately, Sysero’s knowledge automation technology can help support firm’s move towards GDPR compliance. To see how Sysero’s technology can help improve your firm’s compliance, see the infographic below.

     

    SummaryEffective 25 May 2018, the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is set to replace the Data Protection Directive 95/46/ec. The new regulations extend the data rights of EU individuals and requires law firms to implement policies and processes to better protect clients’ personal data and provide enhanced safeguards in case of a cyber attack.
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    Resource TypeBlog
    CategorySecurity & Compliance
    Publish DateMay 2017
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