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What Your Security Team Needs to Know about GDPR

The scope of the 435 pages of the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is vast and has raised the specter of excessive, unforeseen and unintended compliance consequences for companies around the world. In order to ensure individual privacy in the digital realm, there are numerous enterprise security requirements imposed by these regulations with significant compliance concerns, notification requirements and the potential for excessive penalties for non-compliance. Join Interfocus Technologies and security expert Richard Stiennon from IT-Harvest for an overview of GDPR’s implications on your security practices from a people, process and technology point of view. We will review the requirements for and processes to secure your endpoints, monitor and report on malicious user activity, and identify and trace where personal data resides in your network.
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