The General Data Protection Regulation will fundamentally change the way you have to manage and secure the personal data you use. And with larger fines for breaches – up to 4% of annual turnover in some cases – it’s essential that your organization gets GDPR-ready as quickly as possible.
Download our GDPR and Managing Data Risk for Dummies Guide to find out exactly what your organization needs to uncover data risks, properly handle data in the cloud, and avoid GDPR fines.
Effective from 25 May 2018, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is designed to give organisations greater responsibility for the personal data they hold and use, and citizens more control how their own data is used.
What’s the impact of the GDPR?
In short, the rules around data governance have become stricter, and the fines for breaches are greater. All organizations will have to change the way they manage, process and store personal data. But data privacy doesn’t have to be a burden – some businesses are using data privacy for competitive advantage. It can also mean better protection for your systems – and your reputation.
Symantec Control Compliance Suite helps you to identify security gaps and pinpoint vulnerabilities. You can automate compliance assessments for over 100 regulations, mandates and best practice frameworks, including the GDPR.
Help protect and secure your data wherever it goes
Symantec Data Loss Prevention (DLP) and Information Centric Security (ICS) gives you advanced protection for your data. Identify sensitive data and control who can access it, even from unmanaged locations or devices, and for data that has left your organization or has been shared widely, even outside your managed perimeter.
Use the Symantec CloudSOC platform to get the business benefits of the cloud, without the risk. You’ll get visibility into shadow IT, governance over data in cloud apps and protection from threats targeting cloud accounts. So, you can stay safe, secure and compliant with the GDPR.