White Paper: GDPR's 72-hour Breach Notification Requirement

You have put all the right security measures in place but it still happened...

You’ve been breached and the clock is ticking...

You have 72 hours to report everything to the supervisory authority as part of the new GDPR regulations or you risk devastating fines – up to €20 million or 4% of global revenues, whichever is higher.

In those 72 hours, you have to uncover what data was exposed, how much was accessed, who may be affected by the breach, and when it happened.

That’s no easy task but you can’t risk missing the deadline. And that’s why you need to read this white paper: GDPR's 72-hour Breach Notification Requirement. You'll discover:

  • What data does GDPR require you to protect? Hint: It’s not just PII anymore!
  • How do you determine whose personal information, and what type of data, was actually exposed?
  • What data do you have to report, and who do you have to report it to, after a breach?
  • How long have you been breached and is the threat just getting started?
  • What are the best ways to uncover and close security holes?

The clock is ticking on GDPR compliance so find out what you need to do!