The General Data Protection Regulation, or GDPR, has become top-of-mind for organizations around the world. Indeed, according to PwC’s Preparedness Pulse Survey, 92 percent of organizations consider GDPR compliance a top priority on their data-privacy and security agenda, with over half saying it’s “the” top priority and 38 percent saying it’s “among” top priorities.
For the 8 percent who don’t consider it a priority, GDPR is a new privacy regulation in Europe that protects the personal data for any individual based in the European Union, regardless of citizenship or where the data is being held. It applies to any organization located inside or outside the EU if they offer goods or services to, or monitor the behavior of, EU data subjects.
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