In May 2018, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will be applied in all EU member states. This new regulation obliges companies to inform authorities about data breaches. Observers notice that a large number of European companies are not prepared for this new regulation, which entails risks of fines and reputation damage in case of a hack.
In a recent blog published on BlogIT.be, Krijn de Mik, Threat Intelligence Manager at Fox-IT, gives six tips to aid companies in preparing for the GDPR’s implementation.
In a seminar during RSA 2017 named “The General Data Protection Regulation and the Impact on Incident Response” on 15 and 16 February, Krijn de Mik will share further insights on this topic.
For more information on his seminar click here.