Regulatory compliance isn’t an option–it’s a requirement.
COUNTDOWN TO GDPR
New deadlines are right around the corner, like May 2018 to comply with the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
Maybe you know how the GDPR will change the way you manage data. But is your organisation actually ready to comply?
Veritas can help launch your GDPR-readiness journey.
Introducing 360 Data Management for GDPR.
Enterprise-Ready Compliance to Accelerate Your Digital Transformation
The first step in GDPR compliance is gaining visibility into the personal data you hold. To understand how you process and manage that data, you need to be able to map where it's stored, who can access it, and how long you've kept it.
Under the GDPR, any EU citizen can request to see all their personal data and ask that it be corrected, moved or even deleted. Ensuring your organisation can respond to these requests in a timely manner is critical.
The GDPR requires you to keep personal data only for the amount of time related to the reason you're holding it. Applying suitable retention policies that automate deletion is key in GDPR compliance.
The GDPR requires you to protect personal data from damage, loss or breach. Establishing transparency into your data protection and security processes will ensure you can fulfil audits and compliance requests.
Getting to compliance is easier with a true GDPR solution.
To jumpstart your compliance efforts, we've created a solution that links our market-leading technologies with GDPR-specific guidance from our Professional Services advisors.
We help protect your data with smart policies.
Retaining and deleting data with confidence requires insight into what you have and what you should keep. Our smart policies help orchestrate your retention strategy and provide custom workflows plus an audit trail, so you can track and report activities based on real facts.
The Veritas GDPR Readiness Assessment.
To help your organisation comply with the new regulatory requirements, Veritas offers our proprietary GDPR Readiness Assessment. In addition to rating your overall GDPR compliance maturity, the assessment highlights key findings and offers recommendations for remediation. It also includes a supporting business case showing how GDPR maturity plus good information governance can deliver real ROI, so you don't need to plead the case to your organisation.