GDPR Principles and the Impact on Enterprise Mobility
In May 2018, the EU implemented GDPR data security legislation into law. It includes many significant changes than previous legislation, and far stricter rules to comply with. With the penalties dramatically increased, making sure you’re prepared for GDPR has become imperative. In January 2019, Google were fined a mammoth €50 million fine for violating GDPR regulations.
You are expected to put into place comprehensive but proportionate governance measures. Good practice tools such as privacy impact assessments and privacy by design are now legally required in certain circumstances. Ultimately, these measures should minimise the risk of breaches and uphold the protection of personal data.
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How Mobliciti Can Help
When GDPR in full force, it is having serious implications within the business world and repercussions to match if it is not adhered to, Mobliciti can make the journey easier and help you to manage GDPR in relation to your mobility strategy and software.
With over eight years of focused experience in delivering secure mobile solutions into the highly regulated finance sector and security conscious legal sectors, we’ve been helping customers achieve many of the GDPR guidelines on mobile before the GDPR regulation was created.
We are the experts when it comes to delivering and managing mobility and cloud solutions, we can help you to decide which technology is right for your business and the best way of using it to approach GDPR compliancy.
Furthermore, our managed services bring together the key technology components needed as a single managed service, so you can concentrate on your business.
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