On May 25th, 2018, a new data protection law, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), officially goes into force across the European Union and impacts all organizations who do business in the EU. Download this solution brief to see how CyberArk solutions provide proactive, end-to-end detection and protection for all privileged accounts that have access to the systems containing personal data – which is essential in preparing for GDPR.
The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)
This infographic describes the occurrence of a personal data breach and how CyberArk solutions can help support compliance with Article 33, notification of a personal data breach to the supervisory authority.
This one-page primer offers a summary of what executives and board members need to know related to Privileged Account Security controls for protecting personal data that, when put in place, may aid an organization in avoiding penalties and liability from individuals’ rights to compensation.
Use this blueprint will help those within your organization who are responsible for GDPR compliance. It maps how CyberArk helps address gaps in GDPR Compliance with Privileged Account Security.
Get Ready for GDPR and Address the Gaps with Privileged Account Security
Learn how to avoid financial penalties and liability associated with GDPR, and offer a stronger enterprise security posture by better protecting all your valuable corporate data.
GDPR PAS Advisory Part 1: Practical Steps in Protecting the Pathways to Personal Information
During this Getting Ready for GDPR advisory, will focus on how to protect personal data within the context of Privileged Account Management. The key is to tightly control your pathways to privileged access so unauthorized users and access are blocked on the spot, whether they are malicious or mistaken. /
GDPR Advisory Part 2: Responding to the 72-hour Notification of a Personal Breach
In this GDPR Advisory, we will be focusing on Article 33 which requires notification to a supervisory authority within 72-hours of a personal data breach / Time Timezone
GDPR Advisory Part 3: Conducting GDPR Security Risk Assessments with Red Teaming
GDPR Article 35 requires the controller to conduct a data protection impact assessment prior to the processing of personal data. This means that you need to know who has access to personal data and what privileges and possible vulnerabilities or risks of unauthorized access are at every stage of personal data processing. / Time Timezone
GDPR Advisory Part 4: Putting the Right Tools in Place to Demonstrate Compliance
In this webcast we will be highlighting the importance of having the right security solutions in place that audit who is accessing the personal data and what they’re doing with it. / Time Timezone