The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) means both adaption and opportunities for the businesses. Our object is to help navigating and clarifying what the regulation implies for your company and our society. The GDPR is initiated by the European Commission with the aim to strengthen citizen’s right as well as facilitate business by simplifying rules for companies in the digital market, by acting under one single rule within the EU. It came into force on 24 May 2016 and shall be applied from 25 May 2018.
Historically, Identity and Access Management (IAM) has been viewed as a necessary evil. Driven by requirements of compliance and managed by the IT organization, the IAM system is too often viewed as an inhibitor, rather than enabler of progress. But it does not have to be this way.
To help our customers in the increasingly complex IT security environment and to seize the security-related market opportunities, we have launched Security Services start-up within the company. The newly established business unit will enhance our current activities in this area and will be one of the company’s selected growth bets.
Security Services are developed to secure the digital operations of enterprises and public sector organizations. The managed security services model will help any organization to achieve visibility, simplicity and protection for their digital assets.
GDPR and the public sector in the Nordics – How do you protect citizens’ data?
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