GDPR IS COMING. ARE YOU READY?

JULIA FOR PRIVACY

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Protecting sensitive data is a top priority when it comes to information management. Most companies deal with both internal and customers’ data, and its quantity is increasing day by day. In May 2018 the European GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) directive will take the companies’ responsibilities to a new level introducing stricter rules and sanctions for non-compliancy. Data protection is an organization-wide issue, and must be considered a joint effort. All applications should be created following the “Privacy by Design” principle, to make sure that treatment of sensitive data is considered appropriately from the beginning. To verify legacy software, and support the development of new applications, a thorough understanding of how sensitive data is handled is paramount. In this context Julia can be used to enhance information security, with the comprehensive range of security vulnerability analyses. To support sensitive data handling awareness, Julia incudes a specific solution which helps you to:

Trace sensitive data to gain total awareness

Identify possible vulnerable points

Support compliance with GDPR requirements

Reduce the risk of data breach and the related sanctions

EU GDPR

ARTICLE 15

Grants EU citizens the RIGHT OF ACCESS which requires companies to detail what personal data is being processed and how upon request

ARTICLE 17

Grants EU citizens RIGHT TO BE FORGOTTEN AND TO DATA ERASURE which requires companies to stop processing and delete personal data upon request

ARTICLE 20

Grants EU citizens thre RIGHT TO DATA PORTABILITY to enable citizens to transfer personal data between companies upon request

ARTICLE 25/32

Require companies to implement REASONABLE DATA PROTECTION MEASURES to protect EU citizens personal data and privacy by design

ARTICLE 33 & 34

Require companies to REPORT DATA BREACHES TO SUPERVISORY AUTHORITIES AND INDIVIDUALS affected by a breach within 72 hours

ARTICLE 35

Requires companies to perform DATA PROTECTION IMPACT ASSESSMENTS to indentify risks to EU citizen data and outline measures to ensure those risks are addressed

ARTICLE 37

Requires certain companies to APPONT DATA PROTECTION OFFICERS to oversee data security strategy and GDPR compliance

ARTICLE 50

EXTENDS DATA PROTECTION REQUIREMENTS TO INTERNETIONAL COMPANIES that collect or process EU citizens personal data

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