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On 28 May 2018, the EU’s ambitious General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into force, by which time all businesses operating across Europe must comply with the new legislation.
Are you ready? Are you prepared for the new regulations, will you be compliant with the new demands? What impact will the regulations have on your business?
The aim of the GDPR is to strengthen data privacy and protection for all EU citizens. It will transform processes to standardise and protect data and the individual who owns it.
Despite the publicity surrounding GDPR and its significance for businesses operating across Europe, for many, awareness has not yet translated into a high level of readiness.
Read the report to find out
- How data management and being GDPR-compliant can help drive performance.
- How personal data regulation changing?
- The key elements of GDPR.
- How to get ready for the regulation.
- The seven best practices for data readiness and sustainable data quality.
Organisations which undertake due-diligence to get in shape for GDPR will be able to forge closer, stronger relationships with their customers, as well as improve their data strategy and their business performance.
We can help you by assessing your data and highlighting how and where it can be improved. We can also help you ensure on-going data accuracy through real-time data validation at the point of capture, to help you maintain sustainable regulatory compliance.
Although it may look like a daunting compliance deadline, GDPR should be regarded a chance to transform, optimise and future-proof your business. GDPR is about much more than getting ready for next May – it’s forever. Simply click here for more.