“The sheer breadth of GDPR’s reach has made it extremely difficult for even the largest companies in the world to become compliant, and lawsuits totaling billions of dollars have been filed due to GDPR breaches.”
On September 12, the UK’s ICO Deputy Commissioner, James Dipple-Johnstone, revealed that his office currently receives 500 calls per week related to data breaches. While he added that a third of those calls are generally unwarranted, that leaves well over 300 legitimate complaints each week.
When an enterprise can assure customers and prospects that there are safeguards in place to monitor how their data is handled and stored, it enhances that company’s reputation, as well as its ability to continue to keep pace with constantly evolving regulations.
In fact, you can expect to see laws similar to GDPR being introduced in other places throughout the world. For example, a Janrain survey found that 69 percent of American consumers would like to see privacy laws like GDPR enacted in the US.
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General GDPR Application Video https://youtu.be/nwwqZTY_6Gc