GDPR: What It Means for US-based Companies

November 15, 2017

Since the Directive’s adoption in 1995, we’ve seen tremendous changes to the technology landscape and a constancy of cross-boarder data transfers, and we’ve recognized that the protections offered through the previous legislation were antiquated and obsolete.

With the introduction of the GDPR, individuals have been empowered like never before, and organizations bound to the new framework are starting to feel the weight of that.

In this resource we dive into a number of aspects:

  • Data Breach Notification
  • Data Protection Officer
  • Consent
  • Data Transfers Across Borders
  • Right to be Forgotten and Data Portability
  • Vendor Management
  • Pseudonymization
  • Code of Conduct and Certifications
  • Enforcement and Fines
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