The Goals of GDPR
The GDPR defines how personal data should be collected, processed and stored. The key goals of the GDPR are:
Give citizens great control over their personal data
Unify data protection laws in all European countries, which also simplifies the regulatory environment for international business
Update data protection laws to incorporate Internet, mobile, social media and other current and emerging technologies
The regulation is in full effect on May 25, 2018. Your organization may be faced with significant penalties for failure to comply with the GDPR.
Webinar GDPR: What Matters and How to Address It
The need to fulfil the requirements of the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GPDR) by May 25, 2018 is causing reverberations in businesses around the world, as every organization doing business in and with Europe is subject to the GDPR.Watch Now
October 12, 2017
1 hr 1 min 17 secs
The Information Commissioners Office has supervisory authority to impose fines and even stop an organization from processing personal data.
Organizations that fail to comply with the GDPR are subject to:
Fine up to €20million or 4% of global turnover, whichever is greater
Fine up to €10million or 2% of global turnover, whichever is greater
The GDPR is a sweeping regulation that must be adhered to on all processes that handle privacy data which could be used to identify a data subject who resides within the European Economic Community.
SecureTrust delivers key services to help you assess how well you are meeting GDPR requirements and help you create a strategic plan for improving your organization’s compliance.
- Helps you understand the scope of the regulation and the requirements
- Helps you understand the extent to which your entire organization has to engage in addressing the GDPR
GDPR Privacy and Information Security Risk Assessment
- Helps you holistically and strategically assess how well your organization is addressing the GDPR
- Helps you develop a strategic plan for remediating gaps
Data Privacy Impact Assessment
- Helps you evaluate ongoing compliance with your high-risk processes as required by the GDPR
Security Maturity Assessment
- Helps you understand the levels of controls you have in place within your organization and helps you identify any that need to be adjusted to meet the GDPR requirements
Trustwave SpiderLabs ® Purple Teaming Service
- Simulates threats to your organization based on real-world intelligence to train your team in both the defensive (blue team) and offensive arts (red team). During this engagement, we actively coach your blue team to detect and respond with our SpiderLabs experts in your own environment.
In addition to GDPR Services, Trustwave offers industry-leading managed security services to help you incorporate the up-to-date solutions required to adhere to the GDPR.
SecureTrust offers a broad security portfolio to help support your GDPR compliance program.
In today’s threat landscape, it is critical to every organization to create a vigilant culture where every employee is empowered to prevent and detect attacks, understand how to respond to security incidents and to serve customers in a secure and compliant manner.
Trustwave offers Security Awareness Education that can help your organization with general security practices related to privacy data. Secure development training is designed to help managers, developers and engineers understand vulnerability prevention, assessment and remediation.