There is more personal data in cyberspace than ever before. Protecting data from cyber criminals, who use more sophisticated methods every day is a huge challenge. As personal data becomes an ever more valuable commodity regulations are becoming tighter. The General Data Protection Regulation is designed to harmonize data privacy laws across Europe, to ensure privacy protection to all EU citizens and, to reshape the way organizations across the region will approach fraud, cybersecurity and data privacy. The GDPR will touch all parts of the organization so it is crucial for everyone, not only CEOs, CIOs and CMOs, to understand the fundamentals. What is the GDPR, why is it important, and what does noncompliance mean for organizations?
GDPR is an EU regulation for the protection of personal data
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