How to Cope with GDPR Strict Breach Reporting Rules

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Stuart McKenzie, VP, Mandiant Consulting

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Although GDPR is primarily a legal and compliance issue, a data breach is the point of failure that will highlight any deficiencies in an organization’s data protection and larger security posture. GDPR Article 33 requires breaches to be reported within 72 hours of discovery. With just 72 hours after breach discovery to report the nature of the breach, number of records and subjects affected, and likely consequences, every hour matters, and visibility across the environment becomes a must. With speed of response being critical, you need a trusted partner with the incident response expertise, threat intelligence and purpose-built technology to enable rapid initial notification, and to provide support with subsequent notifications once further data points are identified/obtained. Join the conversation with Stuart McKenzie, Vice President Mandiant EMEA, to talk about : · How FireEye can help you meet the GDPR 72-hour breach reporting requirement, should you be breached, and · How FireEye can help reduce the risk and impact of a breach by securing sensitive and confidential data and improving breach response readiness—before, during, and after a cyber-attack.

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