The GDPR intends to protect the personal data of individuals residing in the EU. This, in a world of BYOD, cloud, mobile and IoT, where personal data is more freely transferred and more highly valued than ever. Protecting this data requires a combination of encryption and segmentation as well as the ability to identify, monitor and audit access to the data.
In this white paper, we help lay the groundwork for a plan to comply by the 2018 deadline.
We also cover the vital role security management plays in protecting data from the start, including these specific capabilities you need to comply with Articles 25, 32, 35 and 58: