Category Archives: GDPR

Preparing for the EU GDPR by identifying potential user access risks

Reports and multi-dimensional analyses using the Access Intelligence Manager for GDPR purposes

Access Intelligence Management for GDPR Compliance

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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Thomas gr. Osterhues
Thomas is Senior Manager Marketing at Beta Systems. While working at market leaders Coca-Cola and Lidl, he was infected with the tech bug and moved rapidly into the software world, working for leading ECM and IAM companies in Marketing, Channel Sales and Product & Solution Management., with a strong focus on business processes and identity access management challenges at large clients. He is able to rapidly understand and articulate how technology can solve specific business challenges: for sectors, channels, prospects, teams ... and bring all stakeholders on board. He is someone who gets the job done – and then some.

GDPR – Good Data Provides Results!

GDPR – So what’s in an acronym? Or to be correct an Initialism!

GDPR – General Data Protection Regulation

GDPR – General Data Protection Regulation

There is a tonne of information on the internet and on various websites about how the EU General Data Protection Regulation GDPR will affect almost all organisations, from 25th May 2018, who gather information from anyone residing in the EU, irrespective of the size of the organisation.

There are of course two ways of looking at GDPR – firstly from the consumers side and secondly from the company holding the consumers data.

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Leslie Parsonson
As Head of New Business and Channel Partners, Les Parsonson has held senior sales and management positions in major technology companies for more than 30 years. The depth of his experience working with major organisations across various industries places Les in a strong position to advise on how technology and business can work together to provide secure business applications, that can increases a organisations bottom line.