Data Loss Prevention
The new GDPR legislation became law on 25th May 2018.
Our GDPR solutions division has been recently established and utilises our expertise in successfully securing government classified data for more than 20 years. We are here to provide bespoke and appropriate Data Loss Prevention Solutions (DLP) for your organisation.
What is the General Data Protection Regulation?
An updated and standardised law covering all EU countries, with new requirements for documenting IT procedures, performing risk assessments, rules on breach notifications, and tighter data minimisation.
Why is it important?
Non-compliance penalties can reach between 2% to 4% of an organisation’s global revenue. That could be an exceptionally large penalty.
As a result of an attack on their website, about 500,000 customer records were extracted by a malicious third party. The UK’s data protection agency claims their website was compromised due to poor cyber security arrangements. This would represent the largest GDPR fine to date.
Who is impacted?
EU based companies and companies that collect data of EU citizens, regardless of their physical presence in the country.
Key GDPR Changes:
– Breach notification
– Increased Territorial Scope
– Right to Access
– Right to be Forgotten
– Data Portability
– Privacy by Design
– Data Protection Officers
Data Loss Prevention and GDPR compliance solutions
- Data visibility categorisation & management
- Data Encryption
- Data Minimisation
- Perimeter or border protection
- Endpoint protection
- Consent Management
- Breach Notification