The GDPR is a game-changer for anyone doing business or employing individuals in the EU. GDPR is a broad regulation that requires business to protect the personal data and privacy of EU citizens for transactions that occur within EU member states. Countries that collect data on EU citizens will need to comply with strict new rules for protection of customer data by May 25, 2018. After that date, non-compliant organizations that collect data on EU citizens will face heavy fines. Learn more about the GDPR requirements and how your organization may meet those standards in this webinar.
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