EU’s new privacy law, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), will be enforced from the 25.5.2018. This is the most important change in data privacy regulation in 20 years, and has significant consequences on how everyone processes and handles personally identifiable information.
Datatilsynet is now working on how Norway will implement the regulation through the EØS agreement, and all Norwegian companies and public sector will be obliged implement measures to stay compliant.
«GDPR is the most important change in data privacy regulation in 20 years»
Inmeta can help you with a walkthrough of what all these new rules mean to your business and how you can make sure you stay within the bounds of the regulation. We have a GPDR portal that gives you access to your own regulation assessment, where you can fill out your readiness evaluations and track progress on tasks related to your compliance details.
We can assist you with making sure information within your Office 365 tenant follows the regulation, and implement mechanisms for handling information over time to make sure you stay within bounds of the new privacy laws.
You will get reports that can be executed to see if you have information that needs to be handled according to the GDPR, as well as services configured for continuously checking any new information added, to find out if it contains a breach of the regulation.
Through information classification we can also assist in securing sensitive documents and emails to make sure they do not end up in unwanted hands.
Office 365 has many tools available to help you stay compliant, and we can help you with eDiscovery, security, reporting and data loss protection, to make sure you are ready for GPDR.
Inmeta can assist with all tutoring and training needed related to compliance and GDPR, both for technical personell and end users.
This service applies, but is not limited to the following items:
Microsoft, IBM, Amazon, AWS, Bluemix