Get GDPR Ready – What You Need To Know
GDPR Breaktast Seminar London 18.10.2017
With less than 8 months to go, few CEOs and their CIOs can have failed to have heard of GDPR. However, we are still receiving calls from businesses that have yet to implement any measures to comply with the 25th May 2018 deadline.
While GDPR is about protecting personal data – our employees, our customers, and any other individual’s data that is processed or stored by our organisations – it is also about protecting your business too. Fines of up to €20 million (or 4% of annual gross turnover) provides a compelling reason to act now and ensure your business is compliant.
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Presenting the Results of KuppingerCole’s Recent Survey on Organizations’ Readiness for the New Digital Economy
Organizations are under pressure to change in the current age of Digital Transformation. One of the key differentiators of innovative digital business models and thus new revenue streams is the profoundly changed relationship to customers and consumers. Creating innovative consumer services, collecting and managing better customer information and even just optimizing the reach of everyday marketing activities – all this depends on the ability to manage consumer identities in a flexible, scalable and secure way.
Register now here! for the webinar on IAM in the age of Digital Transformation
LANGUAGE: English DATE: Wednesday, September 20, 2017 TIME: 4:00pm CEST, 10:00am ET, 7:00am PT
Finding the right balance between rigorous privacy regulations like the upcoming EU General Data Protection Regulation and the urgent business-driven demand to open existing (and often still entirely on-premises and siloed) Enterprise IAM infrastructures to entirely new classes of identities and applications is a challenging task that calls for a very careful assessment of the company’s readiness for such major changes.
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Reports and multi-dimensional analyses using the Access Intelligence Manager for GDPR purposes
Access Intelligence Management for GDPR Compliance
The analyses and reports deliver the whole spectrum of security-relevant information, such as number of roles, groups, accounts or target systems per user including historical analyses of access rights. Dedicated dashboards providing weighted data and key risk indicators allow staff to perform targeted follow-up measures.
Risk-based access intelligence methods can uncover critical security gaps and thus help prevent any form of data misuse. The solution offers automatic support throughout all stages of access risk management – from assessment and analysis through to monitoring and risk control, thereby being an important tool for ensuring compliance with the principles of GDPR.
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