Under the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), all organizations – whether within or outside the EU – need to obtain EU residents’ consent to store or process their personal data, maintain “Privacy by Design,” and respond quickly to their inquiries and erasure requests. This can pose significant new burdens on organizations of all sizes. GDPR implementation is set for May 25, 2018.
By its nature, all email contains personal data. Moreover, email is especially vulnerable to cybercriminal exploits. Fortunately, architecting a security, privacy, and governance solution for email can be fast and simple with Mimecast, and a natural first step for bringing your organization into alignment with GDPR requirements.
Mimecast’s Targeted Threat Protection, Cloud Archiving, and Continuity services can simplify GDPR management for email, through:
- Advanced Targeted Threat Protection, to safeguard against malformed URLs, weaponized attachments, impersonation attacks, and other exploits
- Resilient Cloud Archiving, to improve data governance and enable fast, effective search and e-discovery
- Single-console administration of security, archiving and continuity services
- Flexible configuration, allowing tiered or department-specific policies
You Need an Action Plan for the GDPR
The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is arriving soon. You may think your organization is immune from its impact, but if you do business with any customers in the EU, think again. You’ll need to rethink and possibly re-do your organizational processes around compliance and oversight. It may seem like a daunting task.
The Forrester Research Brief You Need an Action Plan for the GDPR helps your security, regulatory and privacy teams grasp five must-have changes necessary to comply with the GDPR.
Your Email and the EU GDPR. This changes everything.
The European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is triggering a sea change in how organizations need to protect personal data, including data contained in email and contact databases. Regardless of your organization’s physical location, you must be in GDPR compliance for EU resident personal data by May 2018—or face dire consequences.
How prepared are you?
Download GDPR Compliance and Its Impact on Security and Data Protection Programs, an Osterman Research White Paper, now.Download the White Paper
GDPR Risk Management for Email
Organizations that work with the personal data of European Union residents need to overhaul business processes to avoid the risks of violating the General Data Protection Regulation, which takes effect in May 2018. Penalties for non-compliance could cost your organization upwards of €20 million or 4% of total annual worldwide revenue, whichever is higher. Fortunately, Mimecast provides numerous ways to help simplify GDPR compliance.
Mimecast provides numerous ways to help simplify GDPR compliance.
Download the Solution Brief, Simplify GDPR Compliance for Email, for more information.Download the Solution Brief
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