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GDPR Compliant?

In May 2018, a new EU-wide data protection regulation comes into force. If it affects you, you will need to start thinking about compliance now.

ESET is here to help you understand the GDPR, quantify the requirements, and offer solutions. The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will affect every organisation in Europe that handles personal data of any kind. It will also affect any company that does business in the EU.

The rules are complex and fines for non-compliance are significant (up to €20 million), so if you are a business owner or key IT decision maker, then you should start thinking about the GDPR now.

ESET have produced a whitepaper guide to help you learn more about the GDPR and assist you in your journey to compliance.

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