neděle 24. září 2017

3 key steps to vet cloud services for GDPR compliance

3 key steps to vet cloud services for GDPR compliance
By Robert Cruz - Published on the serve "" September 19 2017, 6:30am EDT.
Článek najdete na adrese:
Cituji z textu článku: "Vetting the ability of service providers to comply with GDPR before engaging them is a great way to get a jump start on ensuring a company’s entire compendium of data is up to scratch"
Nadpisy odstavců:
Getting your own house in order isn’t enough
"One of the most discussed provisions of GDPR is Article 17 – Right to Erasure – commonly referred to as the “right to be forgotten.” Under this requirement, individuals have the right to have personal data erased and to prevent processing in specific circumstances."
How to vet your cloud service providers
"The key indicators your cloud services are ready for GDPR:
1. Nitty gritty details are a good sign.
2. EU Citizen Data should be easily identifiable.
3. Search Performance and retrieval performance is critical. Cloud providers must be able to respond quickly to EU citizen inquiries who believe that their personal information may have been used inappropriately (Article 15 – “Right of Access”). Meeting this requirement is time sensitive, and providers must have the functional capabilities to quickly search and retrieve information – regardless of how much data they have stored."