GDPR in a staged approach with a Security perspective

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With the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) going into effect in May of 2018, companies managing EU residents’ data are racing to meet compliance.

The GDPR addresses many aspects in the field of privacy and security and it gets overwhelming and difficult to sort out where to start to get compliant.

In this webinar, May 8, 10:00 CET, you will hear how IBM view the staged approaches to GDPR that helps you sort out the priorities and where to go first. We will also discuss some of the offerings IBM can provide to help you support the road to compliance.

This webinar will be packed with great ideas, you don’t want to miss it. I hope to see you virtually there.

Register here.

For any further questions do not hesitate to contact me at


TSS seller for the Danish market and Nordic Team Leader IBM Digital Business Group

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