Microsoft on Security, Trust, Privacy and the GDPR
In May 25, 2018, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will come into force. It is a European privacy law that will require big changes and potentially significant investments by organizations in the European Union and also beyond – including Microsoft and our customers.
For many it will take time, tools, processes and expertise for you to comply with the GDPR. To do this, you may need to make changes to your privacy and data management practices. And failure to do so could prove costly – as companies that do not meet the requirements could face reputational harm and substantial fines.
Moreover, it is not only duty to improve data protection but growing threads in cybersecurity landscape.
90% of large and 74% of small businesses suffered a security breach in 2015
In 60% of cases, attacks were able to compromise an organization in minutes
74% of the world`s business expect to be hacked in the coming year
90% of intrusions still begin with a phishing email!
Microsoft is here to help!
Join Jack Pineda (Microsoft Multicountry Europe Legal Officer) and David Sosty (Microsoft Cloud Productivity Sales Lead) to hear more details on data privacy rights and how Microsoft can help advance your organization’s privacy practices in alignment with significant privacy regulations such as the GDPR.
You will hear:
- What is GDPR: legal & organizational aspects
- Acceleration of GDPR Compliance with Microsoft
- Microsoft Cybersecurity landscape
- How to govern data retention, discovery & deletion policies
- Identity and access management in the cloud
- Data residence and how customer data is used being in Microsoft Cloud
- Who is your strong partner on the way to GDPR Compliance?
- Frequently asked question