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Setting new and much stricter rules for data governance and protection, the EU’s new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) influences most businesses that collect and store data on EU residents. The regulation will come into full force on May 25, 2018, leaving you less than 200 working days to reorganize your business in order to be compliant with the new rules.
Companies collect vast amounts of data, but in many cases there is no clear understanding what kind of data they have and where these are stored. Clients’ personal and sensitive information is scattered around in different information systems, data bases and documents. Employees have access the data and different system integrations within the organization, often there is no clear overview of who has accessed the data and if they have been tampered with. If companies don’t change this, they will face large fines and possible losses in reputation.
However, we believe GDPR is not as scary as you’ve been lead to believe. We are confident GDPR is a remarkable opportunity to create a better understanding of the value of the data an organization collects and stores. DataRadar can help you switch to a new gear in your data governance and turn your compliance costs into an investment in new business models.
In May 2018, the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) went into effect, threatening fines up to 20 million euros for non-compliance. Here are Nortal’s top 10 tips on how to secure and maintain compliance, avoid fines, and view these regulations not as a burden, but as an opportunity.
GDPR makes it clear that individual people are the owners of their personal data. People have the right to know what kind of data has been collected about them, and what the party holding the data has done with it. The law also obliges companies, upon request, to stop using personal data or to hand it over to the individual.
If your business is not yet GDPR compliant, now is the time to act. These important EU regulations are currently legally-binding, and steep penalties may result from non-compliance. The sooner you get on board, the better. There is no better time than now.
Read Nortal’s tips for dealing with the GDPR
As a result of EU’s new General Data Protection Regulation, finding and preventing data breaches is becoming more important than ever before. Luckily, technology can provide a helping hand, making scanning databases quick and easy.
Organizations dealing with public registries and public information will face a huge challenge as the GDPR will be enforced in May next year. The open transmission of data and public databases are a must in societies that want to be transparent and democratic. But how can we ensure that sensitive personal information does not end up on a public website, available to everybody?
We at Nortal believe that you shoudn’t view the GDPR as a threat. Instead, look at it as an opportunity to develop and improve your data management capabilities. Not just to be compliant but to find possibilities of growth within your organization.
To become compliant with the European Union’s new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), Telia Estonia, a branch of a major telecom company in the Nordics, had to undergo changes in its business processes, organizational practices and IT infrastructure. On its road to GDPR compliance, Telia Estonia faced several challenges.
The directors of a fast-growing, nationwide courier company knew that taking success to the next level meant finding a smarter way to use their fleet. By crunching vast amounts of the firm’s raw GPS data, Nortal specialists uncovered ways to cut waste and boost delivery efficiency. The company is now able to provide faster service at lower cost, and has a clear roadmap for intelligent expansion.