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GDPR impacts

( NETSHIELD – Inline Agentless IPS – Proactive Agentless NAC for unknow assets & ransomware )

Article 32 – Ensure System Confidentiality, Integrity, Availability & Resilience.
Article 33 – Report on working process & possible policy breaches.
Article 37 – Awareness raising and training of staff involved in processing operations.

( ENDPOINTPROTECTOR – Data being transported outside the organisation are tracked and reported if sensitive it will be mitigated. Content Aware)

Article 23 – Restrictions on the Endpoints.
Article 28 – Identify location of Personal Data on the Endpoints.
Article 32 – Encryption of IIP for USB and for Endpoints with Bitlocker.
Article 33 – Report on working process & possible policy breaches.

( FILE SERVER & CONTENT SECURITY – Prevents data from leakage through shared folders on your file server or NAS, providing a secure file sharing environment of your important work data inside the company server, and out of personal PCs) 

Article 32 – Encryption of USB Tokens
Article 33
 – Access Controls on files ( Digital Access Rights Management )

( AUTHCONTROL SENTRY & CERB – Multi Factor Auth & Authication Unified Access, by Token, Sms, Key… )

Article 5 / 12 – Additional Authentication – Such security measures must not be obstructive in nature and must not prevent users from exercising their rights.

( SEAL – Archiving Platform with Information Governance, Ingest of old data or data from legacy ECM, Paper Digitalisation )

Article 13 – Right to be forgoten. Requires controllers to disclose how long the data will be stored, less stale (old) data equals less risk.

( ACTIFIO – Test Data for DevOps with Data Masking, Backup Modernisation.)

Article 13 – Right to be forgoten, deleting all personal data of that individual, and this includes his or her personal data that is held on backups.

( THRU INC – Sync and share data while IT stays in control of what data is beeing shared with external parties. From NAS, SP, …)
ISO 27001-compliant data centers within the EU will help you to comply with the new regulation.

Article 13 – Right to be forgoten
Article 29 – Secure Data Transfer
Article 33 – Report on working process & possible policy breaches.

( FUDO – Advanced Privileged Access Management Solution for all remote sessions. )

Article 28 – Access Control to high risk and sentitive servers, against privileged access threats!
Article 33 – Report on working process & possible policy breaches.

GDPR READY? - These Technoligies can help!

GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation)

This Regulation will take effect in every EU member state as of the 25th of May 2018 and will affect every organisation that collects or handles data relating to EU residents.
The Regulation itself is a long document (118 pages of legalese), and failure to meet the requirements could turn out to be expensive – up to 4% of annual global turnover or €20 million, whichever is greater. The data controller is responsible for demonstrating that the organisation applies to the six principles outlined in Article 5 of the GDPR
http://www.eugdpr.org/

EU General Data Protection Regulation

A study found the average consolidated total cost of a data breach is $3.8 million representing a 23% increase since 2013. The study also reports that the cost incurred for each lost or stolen record containing sensitive and confidential information increased six percent from a consolidated average of $145 to $154.