Guide To Intelligent GDPR ComplianceKey tips for intelligent GDPR compliance!
Organisations around the world are scrambling to understand and comply with the new European Union (EU) General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) which impacts not only EU companies, but anyone who handles the data of EU citizens. The regulation’s broader definition of what constitutes personal data poses a challenge for the large volumes of unstructured data that many organisations handle. How do organisations effectively find and protect this broader class of personal data in the often-chaotic proliferation of unstructured data?Read Report
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"Personal Data includes obvious categories such as full name, home address, email address, telephone number, etc. But it also includes less obvious data types such as IP addresses, application user IDs, GPS location data, Internet related ‘cookies’, MAC addresses, and international mobile equipment ID's (IMEI)..."