Article posted: May 31, 2018

By Joakim Thorén, CEO

There's been lots of talk around the world about "GDPR", the European Union General Data Protection Regulation, which was implemented across the EU last week (May 25).

While the perception is that regulations created for the EU have little or no impact in the rest of the world, that's not entirely true. Certainly, companies based anywhere within the borders of the European Union must comply with GDPR, but many other businesses around the globe must conform to the rules as well. For non-EU-based companies that have European offices, have customers in the EU, that offer goods and services in the EU, or that have personal data on persons who live in the EU, understanding the nuances of GDPR and abiding by the regulations can help them avoid non-compliance fines.

If your company does business in the EU, is it fully ready for GDPR?

Our team has put together an e-book that can help you understand where your company sits on the GDPR journey. The e-book takes a quick dive into the GDPR from the perspective of businesses, and, more specifically, examines the role of identity and access management (IAM) within the new regulations. Check it out here:

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