Smaller enterprises don’t have CISOs or security teams...and they have very little time or resources to invest in security and privacy because they are focusing on building a business.
This is why I decided to build a solution to help startups and small enterprises get secure, build trust with their stakeholders and automatically respond to RFPs and security questionnaires to close sales more quickly.
Everybody’s heard about the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), but many erroneously think it’s just another “IT issue”. On the financial end, stiff penalties could severely cut into a company’s bottom line. The insightful CFO, however, sees compliance to be a value investment instead of an IT budget line item.
As the EU has rolled out General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), large enterprises are scrambling to reduce the risk of non-compliance associated with the new privacy regulations. But you may be wondering:
How does GDPR affect small US-based companies and startups?
Some regulations have always been in place. However, as of May 25, 2018, with the enforcement of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), digital privacy concerns have reached an entirely new level:
The ambition of the new EU law aims to enshrine privacy rights as human rights.