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GDPR’s Personal Data Definition & Privacy Notice Guidelines

One of the defining transparency requirements under the General Data Protection Regulation is for organizations to allow individuals the right to be informed about the collection and use of their personal data. When personal data is collected, organizations must immediately provide individuals with a privacy notice including: how the data will be used, how long it will be held, and who it will be shared with.
 

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Microsoft’s “Compliance Manager” helps users meet GDPR requirements

Organizations moving data from on-premises locations to a Microsoft Cloud service such as Office 365, Azure, or Dynamics 365 now have access to Microsoft’s “Compliance Manager”. This tool was created with security, compliance and privacy in mind, and it’s designed to assist organizations in managing their compliance activity. With GDPR going into effect on May 25, Microsoft’s Compliance Manager is available with just enough time left to get ready.
 

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Embrace GDPR to Increase Trust and Transparency

There are fewer than 100 business days left until GDPR is effective. On May 25, 2018, all organizations with European clients must be GDPR compliant to avoid potentially large fines. However, the risk is not just the fine—your company’s reputation is at stake.

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Survey Data Indicates Big Gap in GDPR Readiness

GDPR is at the forefront of our conversations with clients, as more and more IT leaders in the U.S. are increasingly recognizing how GDPR rules will affect them.
 

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3 Steps U.S. Companies can Take to Prepare for GDPR

If it feels like the General Data Protection Regulation is right around the corner, that’s because it is! The new European privacy law will go into effect May 25, 2018, which leaves companies with just over six months to prepare.

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How will GDPR work to protect data subjects?

With less than eight months until the General Data Protection Regulation takes effect, we’re gearing our readers up for the changes with a series of blog posts exploring details of the new law. So far we’ve covered what GDPR is and why it’s important, consequences if you’re not compliant, and the top three changes to expect under the new law. This time, we’re going to delve into rights of the data subjects and how they’ll be protected under GDPR.

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What are the consequences of not being GDPR compliant?

The General Data Protection Regulation will be in effect less than a year from now, which is why it’s important for everyone to understand the law as well as the consequences that come from not being compliant.

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What is the European Union’s GDPR, and why is it important?

With less than a year before the General Data Protection Regulation takes effect, we’re kicking off a series of blog posts to get everyone up-to-speed with the changes. The GDPR is a new European privacy law that will require companies, government agencies, non-profits and other organizations that offer goods and services to people in the European Union, or analyze data tied to EU residents, to make some pretty big policy changes.

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