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What Does the GDPR Mean for Global Data Protection? (Infographic)

GDPR enforcement started last year, bringing with it some key changes for enterprise data protection efforts around the world.

The GDPR may be the strictest and most far-reaching data protection regulation ever passed, imposing tight data protection requirements and heavy penalties for non-compliance for any business around the world that collects or process EU resident data. Learn about the GDPR and what you need to do to achieve compliance in our infographic below.

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Nate Lord

Nate Lord

Nate Lord is the former editor of Data Insider and is currently an account manager covering the southeast, Great Lakes, and Latin America regions at Digital Guardian. He has over 7 years of experience in the information security industry, working at Veracode prior to joining Digital Guardian in 2014. Nate enjoys learning about the complex problems facing information security professionals and collaborating with Digital Guardian customers to help solve them.