Understanding and Demonstrating Alignment with the GDPR

June 15, 2017

Technological advancement, and the massive, global exchange of personal data borne of it, must have its counterbalances. The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is the manifestation of this notion. Its provisions will significantly shift the international privacy landscape and force a far-reaching consideration of those rights the European Union believes are inherent and fundamental.

In this guide we go in depth on:

  • The History of GDPR
  • Where and what is applicable
  • Key GDPR provisions to include:
    • General accountability
    • Privacy impact assessments
    • Data Privacy and Protection by Design and By Default
    • Data Protection Officers
    • Processor Governance
    • Notice and Consent
    • Rights of Individuals
  • Breach Handling and Notifications
  • Demonstrating Alignment with the GDPR
  • Next Steps
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