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The following article originally was published by Inspired eLearning in March 2018 as GDPR went into effect. It has been republished here at their request.
GDPR is coming, and you don’t want to be playing catchup after May 25th. The good thing is, we’ve compiled resources that will help you understand the keywords, definitions, and requirements surrounding GDPR. We hope the items below can help your organization prepare for these changes.
Ready for the GDPR in Europe?
The GDPR can be confusing. This simple infographic on GDPR Compliance in Europe covers frequently asked questions, and it provides additional resources for getting your organization ready. It will help you in understanding what is changing and how you need prepare for it.
GDPR Principle Components
The GDPR’s 10 Principle Components infographic provides an overview of the key terminology surrounding GDPR and how it impacts your business. The 10 main components are defined in terms of the new regulation.
A GDPR Readiness Gauge
For a detailed discussion, including definitions, and a checklist, check out A Practical Guide for GDPR Compliance, an Osterman Research white paper. Their checklist will help you gauge your organization’s readiness for GDPR.
Toolkit for GDPR Compliance
Gigya’s GDPR Readiness Toolkit will help you prepare your organization for the upcoming requirements. Included in this toolkit is a survey guide covering the 2017 State of Consumer Privacy and Trust, their Customer Identity and Access Management (CIAM) guide to addressing GDPR requirements, a GDPR technical assessment, and a compliance matrix.
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