With a rapidly changing regulatory environment driven by privacy concerns from major data breaches and a more scrutinizing focus on data protection, the EU’s General Data Privacy Regulation has become front and center for the enterprise. While most have focused on the regulation as it’s stated, one question remains the focus: what exactly, in reality, are the implications of GDPR? And how will they be enforced?

Despite the GDPR being less than a year away, there’s still a lot of uncertainty over how it will take effect, and how far organizations will have to go to ensure compliance. The requirements contain a degree of ambiguity that can be difficult to interpret, which means there is a whole spectrum of how companies could potentially react to it. How far do organizations truly have to go to avoid sanctions? Will a small mistake actually result in a 20 million EUR fine?

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