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5 Things to Know and Do - To Get Ready for GDPR

Learn the vital steps your organization should be taking now to ensure compliance


The Global Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a vitally important mandate for safeguarding individual data for Europeans. Anyone working for an organization doing business with European consumers needs to know about-and get ready for-GDPR by May 2018.

Unfortunately, most organizations have yet to fully grasp the magnitude and complexity of GDPR compliance. Don’t be one of them.

In this white paper you’ll learn:

  • How to avoid falling into the awareness and readiness gap
  • What you should know, and do, about GDPR-now
  • Which tools and systems are necessary to meet the mandate’s requirements

Don’t lose track of the specific, looming deadline. Read this white paper to learn the five vital steps your organization needs to take now.

"Successful GDPR implementation requires purpose-built technology solutions based on the guiding principles of data governance that are optimized for GDPR compliance."

Resource Library - 5 Things to know and Do GDPR

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