Create Your Blueprint for GDPR Privacy Law Compliance

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U.S. organizations are recognizing that compliance with the European Union GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) is an ongoing effort that becomes another critical component of their overall data governance policy. In addition, the new California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 will require many organizations to adopt similar GDPR privacy principles to continue doing business with California residents. 

Are you on the road to demonstrating good-faith compliance efforts? Quickly assess your level of GDPR privacy preparedness by downloading this white paper, written by technology and information governance attorney, Steven J O’Neill, Esq. In five easy-to-digest pages it nets out the essentials every U.S. business needs to understand in order to begin creating a GDPR privacy compliance blueprint, covering: 

  • Key GDPR concepts and triggers
  • Scope and breadth for non-EU companies
  • GDPR's broad definition of personally identifiable information (PII)
  • 7 GDPR data protection principles
  • Data Subjects’ rights
  • Obligations of data controllers and data processors
  • Documenting compliance
  • Breach notification requirements

Top 10 Things You Need to Know about GDPR - Download Here