Modern businesses today usually operate globally and offer personalized services to customers in all regions, including the EU. The EU is one of the largest consumer markets in the world and cannot be ignored by serious businesses. This is only one example that leads your business to collect and manage personal data of people living in the EU. There are various other business requirements that lead to the same.
If you’re doing business with the EU, you’ll need to be compliant with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) by May 2018, regardless of where you’re based. GDPR enforces serious implication on how you manage personal data of EU residents and any breach of the regulation will result in significant fines. But how do you become GDPR compliant? What needs to be covered and how should you approach it? What are the best practices you need to follow and antipatterns you need to avoid when implementing a GDPR strategy? In this webinar, Darshana will answer all these questions and discuss the following topics:
- Challenges of becoming GDPR compliant
- How taking the wrong steps can cause issues
- Best practices when becoming GDPR compliant
- Step by step approach to become GDPR compliant