GDPR aims to standardise data privacy laws across the European Union (EU). The Act establishes a single, harmonised EU regulation and seeks to regulate how an organisation must handle personally identifiable information about its clients and workers who are located in the EU.
No matter where the data is collected, stored, or processed, it is protected for all EU subjects.
Ensure compliance meet GDPR requirements
The GDPR rule imposes additional responsibilities on data controllers to assure compliance.
Implement significant security measures
Within 72 hours of detection of vulnerabilities report to EU authorities about the breach.
Important attention on end user consent may compel companies to change contracts to follow new consent regulations.
Personal Identifiable Information (PII) is any data that identifies an individual. It can be any information used to de-anonymize anonymous data.