GDPR | European Community General Data Protection Regulation
ITSPmagazine is dedicated to help organizations around the world to learn about the European Union's General Data Protection (GDPR) requirements, challenges, and solutions.
Enterprise organizations, government departments, and other institutions, including small and medium sized businesses (SMBs) will have special, dedicated webinars to help them tackle the new GDPR regulation.
GDPR Webinars on ITSP TV
GDPR Podcasts on ITSP Radio
Jeff Bohren describes the challenges with managing identity in today’s hyper-connected world
What are the challenges with managing identity in today’s hyper-connected world? What is the role of federated identity management? How does the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) impact how identities are managed? Jeff Bohren, senior software architect for Optimal IDM, spends some time with ITSPmagazine's editor-in-chief, Sean Martin at Black Hat 2017 in Las Vegas. The two explore these topics and more. Listen to find out how companies can leverage federated identities to reduce their exposure to non-compliance with GDPR and how 2FA and MFA needs to be considered as well, but in the context of each business scenario at hand.
Will the GDPR be a forcing factor for how companies operate their websites? Chris Olson explains.
GDPR will become a forcing factor for organizations to pay closer attention to how their data is collected, traded, and managed. During Black Hat USA 2017, Debra Farber, host of The Privacy Pact, talks with Chris Olson, CEO of The Media Trust. He suggests that ultimately, GDPR will drive consumer trust in the right direction. Companies can take better control over their data ecosystem, where up to 75% of their web environment is driven by 3rd party code and services.
The societal impact of GDPR
Pravin Kothari, CEO and President of CipherCloud, and Vamshi Sriperumbudur, VP of Marketing from CipherCloud, chat with ITSPmagazine's Sean Martin, providing a great overview for the pending General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) coming out of the European Union (EU). The discussion includes the positive impact this regulation will have on the EU citizens, essentially giving them back control over their own privacy -- as well as the impact it will have on business all around the world as they have to enable those controls in the applications and services and related data collection points through which they serve the EU citizens.
Alex Horan from Onapsis discusses the challenges with auditing and GDPR as it relates to ERP systems
Why is it important to audit and meet compliance for your ERP systems? Alex Horan chats with ITSPmagazine's Sean Martin - during Black Hat USA 2017 - as he describes some of the requirements for meeting compliance, using the Global Data Protection Regulation as a model for purposes of discussion. What data do you have, and whose data is it? What are the requirements to protect it from unauthorized access AND what are the requirements for removal of the data when the owner of the data requests.