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GDPR is an improvement to the existing data protection laws & promises to enable people control over their data. Since the regulation’s effect surpasses the EU it can transform personal data handling.

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Are you ready for GDPR? To be compliant with GDPR, an organisation needs to take certain steps operationally, technically and legally.

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How can technology assist data subjects to reap the benefit of GDPR to the fullest and exercise their rights in the best possible manner?

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GDPR has opened the floodgates for new data privacy laws. Countries around the world are implementing new laws for protecting people's data.

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About time that the data controllers take the time to get acquainted with the law that is going to change their lives. We have attempted to simplify the regulation to facilitate understanding.

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GDPR aims to protect people’s data across a firm’s databases. Thus, to effectively comply with it, the firm should set up a data inventory.

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The principles relating to the processing of personal data apply to processors and controllers alike. Data processors also need to gear up!

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To be GDPR compliant, the data controllers and processors should first assess the risk.

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GDPR is an improvement to the existing data protection laws & promises to enable people control over their data. Since the regulation’s effect surpasses the EU it can transform personal data handling.

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GDPR was the need of the hour and so far it looks like it has been effectively implemented and is here to stay.