Best practices to securing your data within EU Regulation
Date: 27th January 2016
Time: 2:00 p.m GMT
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The EU Parliament and Council recently agreed on the text for the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). It is expected to pass through the Civil Liberties Committee and be put into law by Parliament early in 2016. After that the 2-year clock starts ticking and enterprises need to have a compliance plan and service providers must enable their customers to easily comply with this landmark regulation.
Never before has it been so important to protect and secure access to data across the organisation. The impact of a data breach is felt in every area of the business: revenues, reputation, jobs – no business unit is exempt. And with worldwide costs now reaching $315 billion* and each breach averaging a cost of $3.8m**Sentence doesn't seem complete. Now the stakes are even higher in Europe with these new regulations and fines that threaten organisations who don't put their house in order.
Join Fran Howarth of Bloor Research and Charles Goldberg of Vormetric for a session looking at the impact the forthcoming EU Regulation and its recent addendum will have on global businesses.
During this presentation they will consider:
What the EU Regulation means for day to day business
Why it is important to have a regulation for organisations doing business across the EU and beyond.
Areas of consideration to protect data and brand reputation; such as technology and resources
How to prioritise the steps needed to be taken to meet the regulation
A best practice approach to how organisations can prepare to protect their sensitive data
Charles Goldberg, Senior Director, Product Marketing, Vormetric
Fran Howarth, Senior Analyst, Security, Bloor Research