Next year in May, the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will come to effect, threatening to charge fines of up to 20 million euros for organizations that fail to be compliant. We have listed 10 tips on how to see GDPR as an opportunity to find new business models and turn the compliance costs into an investment.
The sooner you begin your journey, the better. There is no better time than now to get a move on. Find out how to tackle this issue by downloading our white paper.
We create knowledge-based data protection policies and processes, applying innovative technologies, open source algorithms, country-specific legal support and change management. Nortal’s solution is helping our clients achieve top-level GDPR compliance combining data lake technologies with predictive analytics.
GDPR has the noble purpose of giving citizens back control of their personal data. But for organizations collecting and storing personal information, GDPR represents a great challenge. Becoming compliant with new regulation is an expensive and complicated process without an experienced partner to guide you through the journey.
Eliminate risks of reputational damage and potential penalties of non-compliance to the General Data Protection Regulation.
Reduce operational expenses and increase sales and revenue streams by applying data mining and topic modeling solutions.
Big Data will be the next paradigm shift for enterprises. Implement next generation business analytics to stay ahead of the curve.