As you likely know, GDPR (the EU’s new General Data Protection Regulation) takes effect in May 2018. Are you ready? If your organization stores or processes EU citizen or resident personal information – any information that can be used to directly or indirectly identify someone – you need to know about GDPR.
But did you also know you that you are responsible for the personal data managed by your third-party vendors? Enterprises are responsible for the EU personal data managed by their own third parties, and can be subject to penalties for their vendors’ violations.
How can you quickly prepare for GDPR and ensure that your third parties are doing the same? ProcessUnity's guide, The EU and the New General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)outlines three simple steps to becoming compliant with GDPR – internally and throughout your vendor network.
Download The EU and the New General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) to learn:
- Exactly what the EU considers as Personally Identifiable Information (PII)
- How your organization could be impacted financially by this regulation
- Your responsibility for GDPR compliance – for both your organization and your third parties
- Three simple steps your organization can take to facilitate compliance