GDPR

Hi all,

for those of us that are doing business inside the EU there is a new regulation coming up called GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation)
It will be implemented by May next year and many of my customers are worried/interested what that meens to them regarding email, log files, E-dir, file server and so forth.
When it comes to all Microfocus products from old Novell to new HPE, what can you do and what do you do to be GDPR compliant?
And what products can you use to relief customers pain with GDPR?

/Lelle

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  • In article <lelle.892s3c@no-mx.forums.microfocus.com>, Lelle wrote:
    > for those of us that are doing business inside the EU there is a new
    > regulation coming up called GDPR


    Not just business withing the EU, but even just with EU citizens and
    residents. While it is largely a tuning and repackaging of some other
    existing regulations, this time it as teeth with huge fines.
    With the rest of the world looking on to reproduce it in many other
    regulations, we may all end up dealing with what are basically some
    common sense measures to take.
    The trick will be how heavily it is enforced as the baseline of 10
    Million Euros penalty for compliance failure, will certainly get some
    attention.


    Andy of
    http://KonecnyConsulting.ca in Toronto
    Knowledge Partner
    http://forums.novell.com/member.php/75037-konecnya
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  • In article <lelle.892s3c@no-mx.forums.microfocus.com>, Lelle wrote:
    > for those of us that are doing business inside the EU there is a new
    > regulation coming up called GDPR


    Not just business withing the EU, but even just with EU citizens and
    residents. While it is largely a tuning and repackaging of some other
    existing regulations, this time it as teeth with huge fines.
    With the rest of the world looking on to reproduce it in many other
    regulations, we may all end up dealing with what are basically some
    common sense measures to take.
    The trick will be how heavily it is enforced as the baseline of 10
    Million Euros penalty for compliance failure, will certainly get some
    attention.


    Andy of
    http://KonecnyConsulting.ca in Toronto
    Knowledge Partner
    http://forums.novell.com/member.php/75037-konecnya
    If you find a post helpful and are logged in the Web interface, please
    show your appreciation by clicking on the star below. Thanks!

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