General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)
Readiness, Assessment & Compliance

GDPR Compliance: The Information & Insights You Need

Enterprises have been preparing for months and years to get ready for the 25 May 2018 deadline of the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)—but now the real work of compliance begins. The mandates are in force, the penalties are costly and may be assessed by authorities and, most importantly, your business’s customers and their valued personal information must be carefully protected. Your enterprise’s reputation and continued viability may depend upon it.

All enterprises that offer goods or services (regardless if payment is required) within the EU as well as any business that retains or processes information on any EU citizen is subject to GDPR and its data protection requirements. In the global, digitized world of commerce, these EU regulations are sure to impact many businesses outside of the EU’s borders.

Follow ISACA’s world-class privacy guidance and learn how best to operate in a GDPR world and develop new enterprise best practices that can give your organization a competitive advantage in managing data protection.

Check out our extensive library of GDPR interactive learning, resources, news and advocacy!

GDPR Interactive Learning

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GDPR Resource Center

As you develop a data protection strategy and plan for your enterprise, take advantage of the knowledge and thought leadership provided by ISACA's worldwide network of experts.

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GDPR Newsroom

Stay on top of the latest news and current events about GDPR, and see what ISACA thought leaders have to say about the importance of complying with this new regulatory development and the strategic opportunities it affords forward-thinking enterprises.

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GDPR Advocacy

ISACA is already acknowledged as a global thought leader in the information risk, governance and security space, providing relevant guidance and internationally recognized certifications. This, together with ISACA's strong European presence, means that ISACA is ideally positioned to provide practical and pragmatic guidance to assist organizations to prepare for the requirements of GDPR, particularly in the areas of privacy by design, appropriate security protection and the role of the Data Protection Officer.

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