In May, just one short month from now, organizations that collect or process EU citizen records will be required to achieve and maintain compliance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). The new legislation will enact strict data protection regulations: companies will be required to notify the supervisory authority of a data breach within 72 hours and failure to do so may result in fines of up to 4% of worldwide turnover, or €20 million for intentional or negligent violations.

Accudata’s certified GDPR experts as well as our partners, like Forcepoint, can help you prepare for GDPR compliance on all fronts. Our assessment services and recommended compliance tools can protect your organization from significant risk, and crippling fines.

Complete the form and our Director of Strategic Services, Brian DiPaolo, will be in touch promptly.

Read our 3-part series – GDPR Explained – to understand how these new regulations are expected to impact businesses:

Part 1: EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR): What It Means for US Companies 

Part 2: Cloud Processor Responsibilities Under GDPR

Part 3: GDPR and the Future of the EU-US Privacy Shield

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