Cognizant / Micro Focus – Security Trends Webinar: GDPR

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General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) has been trending for quite some time now. Even today, over a year since its inception, the importance of GDPR is still becoming apparent. In a recent study Cognizant conducted, it was found that 19% of respondents indicated that GDPR is the second most important security trend in 2019. Its key implication is as a benchmark for new parallel national Data Privacy legislation being initiated in domestic legislation around the world.

Cognizant partnered with Micro Focus to dive deeper into the topic of GDPR, understand how organizations are currently approaching the topic and what they should be considering as well. In this webinar, we touch on:

  • The reality and impact of GDPR compliance with strategic implications for Data Life Cycle Management and Corporate Security
  • Challenges that organizations are facing when it comes to implementing GDPR practices
  • Which entities and which corporate officers should be most engaged with GDPR preparations
  • Recommendations for understanding how effective GDPR enablement can accelerate not only compliance, but surprisingly also operational efficiency and revenue advancement

View this on-demand webinar and hear Micro Focus’ David Kemp share key perspectives to help you meet these important security requirements. Together, our Cognizant and Micro Focus Alliance is helping companies be secure as they innovate faster, with less risk, in the race to digital transformation.

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