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GDPR One Year Anniversary: A Risk-Based approach to GDPR is…

Data protection has become a global hot topic since the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) took effect on May 25th last year. On the 22th of May 2019 the European Commission has published an infographic on compliance with and enforcement of the GDPR since from May 2018 to May 2019 and it is clear that a lot of work still needs to be done. Let’s very briefly recall what GDPR is and some of its key concepts, before discussing about steps and security controls that will bring your organization one step closer to compliance.

Securing Machine Identities In The Digital Transformation Era

With Internet of Things(IoT) usage rapidly growing and there being an increased number of devices that are interconnected, the immediate need for all organizations is to ensure identity and authenticity of these devices or applications within its infrastructure that are communicating with each other.This is where understanding ‘machine identity’ and ensuring its security becomes paramount.Discover what Machine Identity is, why it is important, how digital certificates play an integral part and how Thales can help.

GDPR One Year Anniversary: What We’ve Learned So Far

On May 25, the European Union celebrated the first anniversary of the enforcement of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), the most important change in data privacy regulations in the last decade, designed to restructure the way in which personal data is handled across every sector (public or private) and every industry. Now that one year has passed since the GDPR came into effect, we’ve had a lot of questions arising.

One Year Later: Finding Harmony between GDPR and the Cloud

As the EU embarked on a new relationship with the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) Council, new regulations were firmly implemented on May 25th, 2018. Companies across Europe had to find new ways of working while better managing their data privacy. Read more about finding harmony between GDPR and the Cloud now one year later since GDPR’s implementation.

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