White paper – The Obligation Of GDPR Compliance
With GDPR coming into force on 25th May 2018, it’s time to ensure you’re well prepared. Pitney Bowes have released a brand new white paper to help you navigate the issues involved.
GDPR represents the next step of an evolution in the way we, as a society, treat personal data and the obligations of organizations to protect it. The potential fines are meant to be dissuasive, but they’re not the only reason to undertake compliance. Since it requires a level of good quality data practice, GDPR presents an opportunity to realize benefits beyond simple compliance: customer confidence, incident response, reputation and a foundation for new innovative products and services could be by-products of a well-thought-out GDPR implementation.
On the other hand, because so much is at risk—the penalties and reputational fallout have potentially devastating impacts—taking a “wait and see” approach is tempting fate on a grand scale.
Pitney Bowes have released a brand new white paper on GDPR entitled “DATA PROTECTION BY DESIGN: The Opportunity In The Obligation Of GDPR Compliance”.
Download it here.
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