Understanding The Implications of The Data-Breach Notification Requirement in The EU's GDPR

Understanding The Implications of The Data-Breach Notification Requirement in The EU's GDPR

In today's business community, data breaches are an epidemic. They infect organizations of all sizes, in every nook and cranny of the world. Globally, cyber-crime damages are expected to double by 2021, totaling $6 trillion.

The perpetrators of these attacks are generally after individuals' personal data such as names, birthdates, and financial or medical information. They may build a Trojan horse that installs malware when a user clicks a seemingly innocuous email attachment, or they may set loose a virus or worm that propagates itself from system to system. Once a network is infected, the malware may seek out sensitive information, or it may record user keystrokes needed to access the desired data.

Download this whitepaper to learn more about:

  • Why Personally Indentifiable Information (PII) is at risk;
  • The cost of data breaches broken down by numbers;
  • The implications of GDPR for data-breach response and what your organization needs to know.



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