The GDPR came into force in May 2018, and the regulators are now coming down hard on companies that fail to meet their compliance requirements.
This whitepaper provides useful guidance to help organizations concerned with data breach protect their enterprise and reduce their liabilities in front of stringent regulation.
- Offers guidance on how to prevent, detect and mitigate cyberthreats, protecting organizations from the worst of GDPR fines
- Reveals how targeted threat intelligence can mitigate the financial impact of data breach
- Places GDPR preparations into their broader cybersecurity context
It is not a matter of if you get breached, but when. Accelerating your reaction time will help reduce your liabilities.