GDPR: Your Path to Compliance

How to Think About and Prepare for the General Data Protection Regulation





GDPR enforcement begins on May 25, 2018.

Will your organization be ready?

The penalties for GDPR noncompliance can be enormous – fines up to €20 million or four percent of total worldwide revenue the previous year, whichever is greater. However, if you equip your organization with the right information with which to create a winning compliance strategy, you can steer wide of these penalties and their associated fallout. To that end, here is a collection of resources designed to help your organization successfully tackle GDPR.

Understanding GDPR Compliance

What is GDPR and how will it affect your organization? Review the following resources to gain a preliminary understanding of GDPR and its implications.



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Guidance Software partnered with SC Media to survey 337 IT and security professionals in the U.S. that do business in the EU and who access such private data to see how they planned to implement the new regulations. The results are out, and they include startling findings every security or risk management professional preparing for GDPR should be aware of.

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Creating a Plan for Compliance

If you’ve reviewed the materials in the previous section, you should now understand why and how GDPR requires you to evaluate and adjust your data management practices. The next step is to create a compliance plan.



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In this whiteboard video, Guidance Software’s Anthony Di Bello walks through some of the key considerations for organizations that are currently evaluating their data practices and technology stacks in preparation for GDPR. Di Bello also introduces how Guidance Software can help with three of GDPR’s most onerous requirements: subject access requests, the right to be forgotten, and 72-hour breach notification.

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Organizations that handle the personal data of EU citizens are already keenly aware of the EU’s new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and their need to comply with it. But given the breadth of the new requirements and the many considerations that go into putting together a winning GDPR toolkit, what does a successful compliance strategy look like? This white paper provides valuable insights to help organizations prepare for GDPR ahead of the May 2018 enforcement deadline.

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In this paper, we review several cross- border data privacy regulations, the data-related challenges facing organizations today, and how Forensic Security products from Guidance Software – EnCase Endpoint Security, EnCase Endpoint Investigator, and EnForce Risk Manager – are well positioned to provide solutions that addresses these problems.

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Building a Winning Toolkit

Now that you’ve got a mental outline of what your compliance plan might look like, let’s introduce a few tools you might consider adding to your compliance toolkit.



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The only automated solution to proactively identify, categorize, and remediate sensitive data.

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EnCase Endpoint Security is an endpoint detection and response (EDR) solution that enables earlier detection, faster decisions, and unprecedented threat response.

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For more information regarding how Guidance Software can provide your organization with a data risk assessment and help with your GDPR compliance needs, please request a complimentary call with one of our GDPR solutions specialists.