Many multinational companies have been preparing for GDPR for quite a while and many more are still just getting started. Some are updating their policies, as I’ve seen from the recent influx of emails, and others are taking stock of their technology to ensure it will help them with their GDPR compliance. Knowing how to get started and where you should concentrate your efforts can sometimes be difficult and a bit overwhelming. However, we have broken it down into eight use cases that can help you examine your GDPR effectiveness, and of course, we have software solutions to help with your compliance readiness as well. Additionally, we’ve created a Technology Readiness Assessment that can also help you pinpoint the areas you need to concentrate on first.
According to PwC ‘Technology is the missing link to GDPR compliance’. Businesses will need to re-examine how they approach the use of technology in their organizations. We have eight webinars, one for each use-case, to help you identify technology that will enable you to comply with the GDPR. You can watch our Countdown to GDPR Webinar Series here. I recommend that you begin with Joe Garber’s webinar on Best practices for mapping technology use cases to GDPR as it will set the framework for the rest of the series.
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