10 things MSP’s need to know about the GDPR
Less than a year ago, the EU Parliament announced the General Data Protection Regulation. Turns out, that understanding the regulation is much more tricky.
Almost immediately after its announcement, rumors began to spread like wildfire: Companies will have to hire IT and legal specialists to reach compliance, etc.
In this guide you will learn:
- Why MSP’s need to know about the GDPR
- Importance of the right EFSS software
- Which companies are affected by the GDPR
- A new definition of personal data
- What is the ‘Right to be forgotten’?
- How about those other rights?
- Does geography really matter?
- What does compliance even mean?
- How hard could the punishment be?
- What’ll happen on May 25, 2018
The goal with our e-book is to help calm the nerves of MSP’s all over the world.
Yes, fines are huge. Yes, legal matters are complicated and yes, the GDPR is no different. Yes, you might have to spend a couple of hours trying to understand what the heck this thing is all about.
But if you’re willing to prepare, the GDPR doesn’t have to be that difficult.
By reading our e-book you’ll get a basic understanding of what it is all about and which adjustments you need to make to reach compliance.
Have fun reading!
Thomas Jørgen Jacobsen
Head of Marketing, RushFiles
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