EU GDPR Compliance Deadline Looms: What are Cyber Security Vendors Doing to Prepare Customers?

EU GDPR Compliance Deadline Looms: What are Cyber Security Vendors Doing to Prepare Customers?

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The day of reckoning is fast approaching. On May 25, 2018, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will go into effect. The European Union (EU) regulation, known as (EU) 2016/679, provides data protection and privacy for all individuals in the EU. GDPR is a law covering all EU member countries, which includes enforcement with fines and/or sanctions. In addition, GDPR expands the scope of EU law beyond its member countries. Any non-EU based organization handling the personal data of EU residents, wherever that organization is based, is also subject to this law. Thus, GDPR is essentially the first global data protection law.

This report examines what cyber security vendors are doing to help their customers meet GDPR requirements, specifically the security technologies needed for GDPR; how security vendors are preparing their customers; and what programs they have set in place.

Table of Contents

Introduction

Regulatory Implications and Ramifications

EU Member Countries with Strong Data Privacy

What Cyber Security Technology Does GDPR Require?

Identify and Prepare

Protect

Detect

Respond and Recover

Guidance and Resources for GDPR Compliance

GDPR Ripple Effects beyond the EU

Stratecast - The Last Word

About Stratecast

About Frost & Sullivan

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The day of reckoning is fast approaching. On May 25, 2018, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will go into effect. The European Union (EU) regulation, known as (EU) 2016/679, provides data protection and privacy for all individuals in the EU. GDPR is a law covering all EU member countries, which includes enforcement with fines and/or sanctions. In addition, GDPR expands the scope of EU law beyond its member countries. Any non-EU based organization handling the personal data of EU residents, wherever that organization is based, is also subject to this law. Thus, GDPR is essentially the first global data protection law. This report examines what cyber security vendors are doing to help their customers meet GDPR requirements, specifically the security technologies needed for GDPR; how security vendors are preparing their customers; and what programs they have set in place.
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Author Tony Massimini
Industries Telecom
WIP Number 9B0F-00-53-00-00
Keyword 1 EU GDPR Compliance
Keyword 2 GDPR Compliance
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GPS Codes 3031,9455,9842,99E4-C1,9A37-C1,D562