The European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is going into effect in just two months — on May 25, 2018. Yet a recent Forrester report indicates that only about 30% of companies say they’re ready to comply, and at least some of those firms are actually overstating their readiness.
If you haven’t completed your preparations or you’re not confident about your status, we’ve created the following checklist to help your organization prepare for the upcoming changes. We hope you find it useful. Read more “Are You Ready for GDPR Compliance? Here’s a Checklist.”
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) goes into effect on May 25, 2018, and despite being a European Union regulation, its effects are far reaching, as we’ll explain below. Regardless of where a company is based, it is subject to GDPR if it collects “personal data” from a person physically located in an EU country, provided the collection relates to offering goods or services or monitoring their behavior. Thus virtually any website that collects data would be subject to GDPR. Many SaaS organizations may feel overwhelmed by these new regulations or unsure of how they will (or won’t) apply to them.
Despite the flood of information that’s been published about the new regulation, many SaaS companies are still unclear about what GDPR means for them, so in this post, we have provided a brief definition of the GDPR followed by five key points you should be aware of. Read more “5 Things Your SaaS Company Should Know About GDPR”