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The risks and benefits of the GDPR are real

If your organization does business with or in the European Union, you should be concerned with the GDPR. You need to be cautious not to define this new law narrowly or neglect the urgent need for compliance.

It is expected that a staggering 80% of companies will fail to comply with GDPR in 2018.1 Be part of the 20% that will succeed.

Going forward, the most important question is, “How will the GDPR affect my organization?” The GDPR has a ripple effect across organizations globally. It doesn’t affect just the compliance department, but also IT, records management, marketing, human resources and finance, essentially every part of an organization.

Think broader: Information privacy and security

The GDPR is a wake-up call for issues of data privacy, security breaches and information governance.

Read the AIIM white paper, Information Privacy and Security: GDPR is Just the Tip of the Iceberg, to:

  • Explore the changing nature of information privacy.
  • Reinforce your understanding of GDPR and why you should prepare for it now.
  • Peek into the future to learn how IoT will affect the regulatory environment.

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Follow the path to readiness

View the infographic to learn 7 steps to readiness that are easy to map out.

With this complementary tip sheet, you will have the right questions to ask for building a successful compliance strategy.

EIM and security solutions for GDPR

The GDPR permeates all parts of an organization. For this reason, thinking about the holistic effect on your organization will carry long term benefits. Leverage the power of Enterprise Information Management (EIM) technologies and of GDPR professional services to ensure your organization’s readiness.

3 steps to take now to locate and protect data

1. Locate personal information with data discovery and take action.

2. Protect and govern personal information for data minimization through records management with ECM and extended ECM to applications such as SAP®.

3. Preserve and provide controlled access by archiving data and content by retiring legacy applications.

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Data discovery and analysis services

Locating personal information or data discovery is a critical first step to GDPR compliance—especially as estimates suggest that up to 60% of organizations don’t know where their data is.3 Simplify this daunting process by conducting data discovery and analysis with a team of experts to build your GDPR action plan.

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Breach detection

According to a Ponemon Institute data breach study, organizations take about 191 days to identify a security breach.2 With the GDPR looming, learn how you can prepare to comply with the 72-hour data breach reporting requirement.

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Read the AIIM white paper

Information Privacy and Security: GDPR is Just the Tip of the Iceberg

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