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The GDPR came into effect on May 25, 2018. Leading up to this date, many organisations had determined that it would be practical to approach the many requirements of the GDPR as a “project” with various workstreams.

Nymity’s research with privacy officers, policy makers and regulators have identified the critical success factors for demonstrating compliance.

In today’s uncertain environment, organizations are regularly confronting new and evolving risks. Data-related risks can stand alone or converge with other enterprise risks, such as third party risk, regulatory compliance risk – such as CCPA and GDPR, security risk, operational and financial risks.

Comprehensive guide summarizing the key requirements for GDPR compliance and TrustArc solutions.

Privacy is historically underfunded when it comes to company budgets, even as “data privacy” has become a popular topic.

In today’s digital world, companies of all types and sizes need to protect their critical data assets against cyberattacks and data breaches.

With UK firm, Dixons Carphone, reporting the first major breach of the GDPR Era impacting up to 5.9 million card payments and 1.2 million customer records, the investigations begin. No company wants to find themselves on the regulatory radar through an incident or breach. Recorded on 09/19/18.