As of May 25, GDPR is the law in the European Union. Any corporation that stores or captures private date of European data subjects must comply with the General Data Protection Regulation. Of course, that’s no problem because your organization is already 100% good to go, right?
Just in case that isn’t true, now is the time to take a closer look at key areas in which most organizations are vulnerable to a possible GDPR privacy breach. While GDPR rules are indeed a hot mess, you can begin to achieve more clarity by focusing on some adjustments that will help you reduce risk.
Scrutinize these functional areas for vulnerabilities and recommended GDPR fixes: