GDPR isn’t just about customer data.
If you suffer a data breach or don't comply with GDPR, you risk paying high penalties. Even if you don't have a subsidiary in the EU:
What if SARs were used by to cause massive disruption to an organization?
Authentic8 Co-founder and CEO Scott Petry talks about GDPR and what it means for US companies:
This whitepaper examines how GDPR will likely affect non-European companies.
Authentic8 Co-founder and CEO Scott Petry talks about GDPR after the British Airways hack.
Information Security Forum’s Managing Director, one of Europe’s leading GDPR experts, analyzes what “the most extensive overhaul of global privacy law in decades” means for U.S.-based organizations, and how American companies benefit from GDPR.
If your company is doing business in Europe, put the head of the Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) of the United Kingdom on top of the list of people you’ll not want to hear from in their official capacity.
AlienVault’s compliance checklist lays out 9 steps to prepare for GDPR, including implementing a SIEM tool with compliance-adhering log management capabilities, taking an inventory of critical assets to undertaking vulnerability scanning.
A no-nonsense guide for IT security professionals, based on an RSA® C Virtual Session with John Elliott. This paper provides companies with a roadmap to finding out who their data subjects are, how much data they have, how many systems are impacted, and how to comply with GDPR.