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Iron Mountain Policy Center Enterprise Edition Solution Brief
You’re responsible for implementing controls and policies to ensure your organization is complying with laws and regulations.
GDPR For Information Governance Professionals
If you think you can ignore the General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”) because your company is not incorporated or physically located in the European Union, think again. The GDPR is applicable to any firm which has the PII of any EU resident. This guide offers support to help your information governance team meet the obligations set out under the GDPR.
GDPR Jargon Buster
Do you know your BCRs from your DPOs? How about your DPA from your EDPA? The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will change the way your business collects and handles personal data from EU customers. If your business uses the personal data of EU citizens, the GDPR is an important piece of legislation, and understanding its unique terminology could help you remain compliant and avoid fines.
Practical Guidance and Expert Tips: The Rights of Data Subjects Under the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)
GDPR is a significant piece of legislation that will affect anyone who handles the private information of EU citizens. From the public sector to pharmaceutical companies, financial institutions to retailers, businesses of all kinds and sizes will be effected. The GDPR standardizes existing legislation across the EU and expands individuals’ rights over the personal data organizations hold. GDPR also introduces important new rights for data subjects such as the rights to erasure and data portability.