If you have customers or partners that operate within the EU’s borders, you need to learn about GDPR today, and start taking steps quickly to bring your business into compliance with it, or face heavy economic penalties.
Businesses must meet a number of new requirements to demonstrate their ongoing compliance with GDPR, reporting on any and all data breach incidents, and storing personal data within the physical confines of the EU.
Requirements for Implementing GDPR
To achieve GDPR compliance in the areas of data storage and data protection (backup), every business, institution and service provider that serves EU citizens should seek infrastructure and services solutions that implement appropriate measures to meet the following technical requirements:
- Data subject control of personal data storage location
- Data encryption
- Data search inside backups
- Ability to modify personal data
- Data export in a common format (e.g., ZIP archives)
- Quick data recovery
The May 25, 2018 deadline for GDPR compliance is looming, and the penalties for non-compliance are significant.
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