GDPR, the General Data Protection Regulation, is intended to protect private party’s data and give citizens increased control over how their data is collected, used and stored. It’s important to recognize that the regulation does not apply only to businesses in EU member states, but to any organization who processes the personal data of EU citizens. Among the mandates, GDPR requires that data controllers report security incidents where personal data is compromised within 72 hours.
With this workbook, you will:
- Identify the relevant sections of GDPR requirements regarding information security
- Understand steps necessary to mitigate risk and protect critical assets
- Build a detailed plan to address and comply with relevant requirements