After a year of researching, interpreting and understanding the GDPR compliance, the day of action has come and passed. However, many companies are still struggling to gain compliance requirements, and this is a top concern for many security experts.
If the words, ‘GDPR’ is still new to you, it’s still not too late to jump on this moving train and seek compliance. Businesses will need to continue to evolve and change their data protection practices for not just compliance, but to remain ethical and inline with customer’s wishes.
Like we said, it’s never too late to seek compliance. We reached out to cyber security experts in the field to ask them for tips on GDPR compliance.
Below are the answers we received. Meet our Panel of Cyber Security Experts: Dr. Ratinder Paul Singh Ahuja leads ShieldX and its mission as its central pivot point, drawing from a career as a successful serial entrepreneur and corporate leader, bringing with him his unique blend of business acumen, industry network and deep technical knowledge.
His knowledge of innovation and emerging trends in networking, network security and data loss prevention are derived from years of industry experience. Response: Compliance is like alcoholism; either you’re in denial or you’re dealing with it forcefully. Read more from itsecuritycentral.teramind.co…
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