The ticking clock of GDPR

The European Union General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will drive unprecedented changes in the way organizations handle personal data. The regulation takes effect on May 25, 2018.

According to a recent PwC survey, 92% of US multinationals say that GDPR is a top priority on their data privacy and security agenda, yet 41% are still unsure how the new rules will affect their organization.(1) What is clear is that GDPR will require an evolution in how organizations handle personal data, both for European customers and domestically in North America.

At Iceberg, we help organizations plan, deploy and support risk management software solutions. These tools can help provide the assessment capabilities, incident and response management functionality, and consistent risk reporting required by GDPR. To help organizations prepare, we’ve put together the resources on this page to help answer your questions and guide you through the regulations. For more information, please contact us at info@icebergnetworks.com or call 855-595-0808 x261.


Solution Brief: Helping prepare for risk & compliance challenges for GDPR

Many aspects of GDPR compliance can be achieved through leveraging established data security and compliance management best practices. Four key focus areas to focus on include Risk Assessment, Breach Response, Data Governance, and Compliance Program Management. This paper explore each of these areas.

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GDPR Survival Basics: Five ways to help prepare

There's still time to prepare for GDPR, but with just months to go, it’s important to act quickly. This paper sets out five basic steps organizations may want to consider to help set up a framework for managing GDPR risk.

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GDPR eBook

Just because you don't do business directly in the EU, that doesn't mean GDPR won't impact your business. Here's what you need to know about how the EU's privacy rules could impact your business operations.

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VIDEO: Practitioners Panel

Watch as RSA Chief Marketing Officer, Holly Rollo, moderates a panel discussion at RSA Charge 2017 on GDPR with Dale Skivington, CPO and VP of Compliance, Risk and Privacy, Dell, Michael McLaughlin, Chief Ethics & Compliance Officer, Dell and Janet Bishop-Levesque, CISO, RSA.

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