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What is GDPR?

The European Union’s (EU) General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) standardizes legislation on data protection across the EU and covers previously unforeseen data usage patterns. GDPR mandates that organizations anywhere in the world processing EU citizen data reassess their data processing controls and put a plan in place to better protect it.

GDPR implications

GDPR is viewed as one of the most aggressive data protection regulations in the world and is designed to consistently protect personal data for EU citizens. The regulation means that any organization interacting with and storing the data of an EU citizen will be subject to fines for noncompliance.

GDPR is global

Just because your organization is based outside of the EU, doesn’t mean you’re off the hook. Any organization that processes EU citizen data, including organizations in the U.S., is subject to GDPR and will still be faced with the applicable penalties.

GDPR fines and penalties

While some organizations are looking at the GDPR as an opportunity to increase the association of their brand with protection of user data, and for overall business growth, there are also potential negative impacts from noncompliance.

The maximum size of the potential fines is 4% of global turnover (revenue/sales) or €20M, whichever is larger. But the GDPR fines aren’t just monetary. Part of the regulation gives the Supervisory Authority the power to effectively prohibit an organization from doing business.

Are you ready for GDPR?

Learn how your peers are handling the new regulation.

GDPR checklist

Five Milestones to GDPR Success*

* The Five Milestones to GDPR Success, an April 2017 Forrester report

How Trend Micro is addressing the GDPR

At Trend Micro, we interact with and store customer data from around the world, and we are ready for GDPR.

We recognize that the GDPR is an essential step in strengthening the individual’s rights in the digital age and have a program in place which incorporates the requirements under the new regulation.

We have appointed a data protection officer (DPO) for Europe and have a GDPR support team to ensure that our privacy processes and procedures continue to be consistent with data protection regulations.

Learn from our experiences by reading about our path to GDPR compliance and watching our video case study with participants from almost every facet of the organization.

What our customers are doing

GDPR articles and resources

Learn what you need to do to prepare for the May 25, 2018 deadline, including a milestone checklist.

Get expert insight on GDPR, a broad and complicated regulation demanding state-of-the-art security.

As organizations march towards the GDPR deadline, this international survey reveals much confusion and concern amongst responders.

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