Although little is said about GDPR today, the law exists and it is mandatory to comply with it. There are many companies that have not yet prepared themselves to protect their data in accordance with the new legislation. The fines are quite high and it is unconscious not to be concerned with the information of your business, as the exposure of sensitive data can seriously compromise the organization’s survival. Therefore, we have prepared this article where we present you 4 measures for your company to adapt to the GDPR!
Today’s world is digital, so more and more companies are taking advantage of information and big data to gain relevant insights into markets and the business itself. Internet access is nowadays universal and the massive use of social media captures a huge volume of data. Data privacy is one of the key challenges facing companies today. There is a growing collection of user data, and more and more computer attacks that expose private data and cause huge financial losses to businesses. To combat these threats and to ensure that sensitive information remains private, several countries and regions have begun to implement measures to punish organizations that don’t safeguard information security. In today’s article, we will learn about the new data protection laws in the world!
GDPR came into force in May 2018 and, after a troubled period of adaptation, companies are calmer and apparently better prepared to comply with the new legislation. However, there are still some doubts as to the actual changes that the GDPR will bring to companies. In today’s article, we explain how GDPR affects the relationship between companies and customers!
In recent times, much has been said about the importance of data for organizations. The truth is that it is through information that companies are able to make business-friendly decisions. Due to the new general data protection law, companies have begun to pay more attention to the information they have and have finally realized that data loss can bring irremediable damage to the business. But the question still lingers: how can your company use the data in your favor? That’s what we’re going to talk about in today’s article!