GDPR: Getting your data ready for heavy, new EU privacy regulations
In May 2018, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) goes into effect for firms doing business in the EU, but many companies aren't prepared for the strict regulation or fines for noncompliance (up to 20 million or 4% of global annual revenue). Steven Ross and Mark Donsky outline the capabilities your data environment needs to simplify compliance with GDPR and future regulations.
|Talk Title||GDPR: Getting your data ready for heavy, new EU privacy regulations|
|Speakers||Mark Donsky (Okera), Steven Ross (Cloudera)|
|Conference||Strata + Hadoop World|
|Conf Tag||Make Data Work|
|Date||December 6-8, 2016|
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will go into effect on May 25, 2018, for all organizations that offer services to EU residents, as well as anyone who controls or processes data within the EU. Unlike familiar regulations that deal with financial and security matters, GDPR deals specifically with broad data privacy and grants individuals in the EU the following rights: Within companies, GDPR compliance is an enterprise-wide business problem requiring a massive cross-departmental effort that touches upon oversight, technology, processes, and people. With fines for violations that could be as high as €20 million or 4% of global annual revenue, now is the time to ensure your data environment is flexible enough to meet the needs of current and future regulatory regimes. While simple and straightforward from a political perspective, the data center implications of this legislation are complex. Steven Ross and Mark Donsky outline the capabilities your data environment needs to simplify compliance with GDPR and future regulations. Topics include: