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The most significant overhaul to the EU’s data privacy policies in over 20 years, with extraterritorial reach, forced American businesses to remediate, and in some cases, overhaul their data privacy governance programs. But the GPDR was just the beginning. Organizations seeking compliance with the growing number of data privacy regulations will need to remain vigilant, especially for organizations that rely heavily on personal data.
Data privacy and cybersecurity are easily the hot button issues of the decade. For many organizations, preparing to comply with the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), effective as of May 25, 2018, was a herculean feat and those efforts continue as new guidance is released and companies look to improve their data privacy governance and compliance programs. The most significant overhaul to the EU’s data privacy policies in over 20 years, with extraterritorial reach, the new regime forced American businesses to remediate, and in some cases, overhaul their data privacy governance programs.
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