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The State Of GDPR Maturity

GDPR Readiness Progresses, But Strategies Depend Too Heavily On IT

By Enza Iannopollo with Laura Koetzle , Stephanie Balaouras , Elsa Pikulik , Peggy Dostie

With the deadline for GDPR compliance looming in May 2018, it's a good time for security and privacy professionals to take stock of how their readiness efforts and approaches compare to the rest of the industry. This data-driven report outlines the current state of compliance, trends by industry and geography, and key Forrester recommendations for moving your efforts forward...

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What is GDPR?

GDPREnterprises and individuals around the world are preparing to comply with the imminent General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) by May 25, 2018 -- at its core, GDPR includes rules designed to give citizens more control over their personal data. In theory, it will simplify the regulatory environment and the global digital economy.

GDPR extends the definitions of personal data and its goal is to ensure that consumers' rights regarding this range of information are respected, that the data is gathered legally and under strict conditions, and that it's protected from misuse.

This is the biggest regulation yet to hit the data world -- and it's a great opportunity for businesses and consumers alike. We believe enterprises should see this as a catalyst for strategic future-forward data management and building customer trust.

WorkFusion Smart Process Automation (SPA) is an excellent GDPR solution because it improves data collection and ensures data accuracy by combining machine learning, RPA and people, which makes data operations more transparent, secure, and scalable -- keeping you ahead of the pace of change, for GDPR and whatever is down the road.