The following is an excerpt from an article of Jay’s from the AvePoint Blog. Click here for the full article.
General Data Protection Regulation, best known by its acronym GDPR, is a regulation that aims to provide European residents with more control and protection over their personal data.
Even US companies must be cognizant of complying with GDPR rules and regulations. If there are any European connections, even if it’s only one customer residing in Europe, GDPR will affect you. Global organizations may face potential penalties of up to 4% of global revenue in worst-case scenarios, and might even be ordered to stop processing!
So, how does one prepare for the “nightmare letters” of a DSAR?
Click through to the full article to learn more about how AvePoint can help your organization prepare for a DSAR and GDPR.