If your organization is a controller and processor of the personal data of European residents, your company is required to implement controls to safeguard such data. Among many things, the regulation institutes a new level of accountability – the ability and need to continuously demonstrate compliance with established principles and conditions.
Given the scope of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) requirements, they require the collaboration of stakeholders from across the business. In some areas, new controls and processes need to be implemented.
In this video, Charles Nwasor, Director, Global Assurance and Advisory, answers questions about compliance with GDPR and its implications for your business and third-party vendors.