Navigating the European Union's General Data Protection RegulationOrganizations that fail to comply with the GDPR risk fines as high as 4 percent of global turnover, at a maximum of €20 million.
If your organization competes globally, it's critical to address the GDPR and construct a framework that delivers the necessary level of compliance. Boosting cybersecurity protections, including application security, is at the center of everything.
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It has become painfully apparent in recent years that there are no boundaries or barriers to cyberthreats in the digital age. As the frequency of attacks rises and the sophistication level of cybercriminals grows, every organization is at risk.
But cybersecurity isn't the only challenge. It's also necessary to deal with emerging regulations that attempt to curb risks. Among the most notable: the European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which took effect in May 2018.