GDPR is the standardized data protection law for all individuals within the European Union which placed stricter rules for the control and processing of PII. This places the accountability onto both the Controller and the Processor of sensitive data. What is the difference between the GDPR data controller vs data processor? Read More
As of May 25, 2018, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) was enforced to ensure that companies are protecting EU citizen’s personal data. GDPR compliance breaks down the responsibility of data management between the “Controller” and the “Processor.” The Controller determines how the personal data will be used while the Processor must be in compliance with the security of data during processing workflow and storage. As a Processor, outsourcing companies have thorough security procedures in place to ensure GDPR outsourcing compliance.
From sensitive customer information to the recorded secrets of a business, data is a key asset to any business making data security crucial.
This information allows a company to analyze and develop different trends and relationships between the products they are offering to their target audience.
So why do security breaches occur? Read More
No matter what kind of business you are in – be it legal, medical or retail – data is one of the most valuable assets you possess. Whether it’s sensitive customer and executive profile information or proprietary trade secrets, ensuring data security is paramount.