GDPR Compliance Emergency Kit: Improve Your Cybersecurity Posture

Join Oliver Pinson-Roxburgh to hear security best practices to help reduce cyber risk, as well as to identify ways to bolster what you have done so far to address the upcoming GDPR.

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), will come into force on 25th May 2018 and requires organisations to maintain a plan to detect data breaches, regularly evaluate the effectiveness of security practices and document evidence of compliance. If you don’t already have the required security tools and controls in place, your organisation will need to start planning now to achieve compliance and mitigate the risk of fines for failing to comply.

Achieving and maintaining GDPR compliance will require detailed planning and collaboration with your employees and virtually all the businesses in your chain. It will also depend on the adoption of a pragmatic, solutions-based approach to data breach detection. Feels a bit overwhelming at this late stage, right?  In this webinar we will share some proactive steps you can take to help you reduce cyber risks and stress, whilst working to address any and all gaps in your security posture.

Join Oliver Pinson-Roxburgh, EMEA Technical Director of Sales Engineering and Solutions Architecture at Alert Logic, to hear security best practices to help reduce cyber risk, as well as to identify ways to bolster what you have done so far to address the upcoming GDPR. Highlights include:

  • GDPR and what security controls can help to reduce the risks of a data breach
  • How to assess your level of readiness and build your plan around potential concerns or gaps
  • GDPR emergency kit: Best practices for approaching cybersecurity with the view to support the GDPR

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