The new EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) increases accountability around how the data of European citizens is processed, stored and used within an organization. It will ensure that businesses all act under the same conditions of fair competition. European citizens will gain the right to decide what happens to their data.
Failure to protect personal data carries significant risks for businesses, as it can harm their brand, reputation and customer trust. Furthermore, the fines that can be imposed by supervising authorities can reach up to € 20 million or 4% of global turnover, whichever is higher.
Organizations face many challenges in preparing for the GDPR. They need to act in a timely manner in order to ensure comprehension and compliance with the new regulation. It is important that they understand their position and maturity level, and the steps necessary to move toward compliance with the GDPR.
We help you to understand the new regulation in all its facets. It is important that you understand the position and maturity of your business and know the steps necessary to ensure compliance with the GDPR. By applying our privacy transformation program and the underlying methodology, we help you to understand and manage the implications for your business.
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