On May 25, 2018, the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will unify the region’s privacy laws, provide stricter data protection for all EU citizens, and hold organizations accountable for protecting personal data.
Organizations with offices, customers, employees, business operations or business partners in the EU must comply with the GDPR. Non-compliance could incur significant fines: up to 20 million euros or 4 percent of total worldwide annual revenue, whichever is higher.
Can you answer these basic GDPR-compliance questions?
- Is your organization subject to the GDPR?
- If so, is your organization a “controller” or a “processor”?
- Are you prepared to honor data subjects’ seven rights outlined by the GDPR?
- Does your organization need to appoint a Data Protection Officer?
If you don’t know the answers, don’t guess. Download our FAQ now. In just two pages, it covers in plain language the 10 essential questions every international business must answer before the GDPR’s fines are enforced.
Get your copy now, while there’s still time to come into compliance.