As the May 25, 2018 deadline for the General Data Protection Act (GDPR) regulations inches closer, there isn’t a compliance officer on the planet who isn’t consumed with making sure every asset is covered. With the networked, global nature of our economy, the act is likely to touch even the smallest businesses.
We’ve received questions from our customers on how to ensure GDPR compliance with we recently worked with Privacy Ref, a consultancy specializing in data privacy, to put together some advice that I think is broadly applicable for companies that run technology subject to the regulation. I’ll preview the highlights here. Please note, this does not serve as legal advice, but simply as guidance and best practices we have garnered from internal and external experts on the matter
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Vice President, Products & Strategy at Revulytics
Victor DeMarines brings extensive security product management and marketing experience to Revulytics, where he is responsible for product strategy and direction. He is a frequent speaker and author on topics including piracy, reverse engineering and the protection of intellectual property.
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