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2018年05月10日 Nicole Cieslak

SnapSecChat: Sumo Logic’s Chief Security Officer Ruminates on GDPR D-Day

D-Day for the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is right around the corner. Many companies have had to adjust and revise the way they operate their businesses, both in and outside of the European Union to make sure they meet the necessary GDPR requirements. But what if you haven’t even begun to think about GDPR and how it will affect your organization? First, don’t panic. Second, be transparent about your progress with your customers and key stakeholders. Third, recognize the hurdles ahead and develop a road map for dealing with these challenges — starting now!

For more tips on what your organization can start doing now to prepare for GDPR, watch the latest SnapSecChat video series with Sumo Logic’s Chief Security Officer George Gerchow. Remember — GDPR will be an evolving regulation, and there is no official “GDPR-readiness” seal of approval, so it’s not too late to start implementing or refining your strategy now.

If you enjoyed this video, then be sure to stay tuned for another one coming to a website near you soon! And don’t forget to follow George on Twitter at @GeorgeGerchow, and use the hashtag #SnapSecChat to join the security (and GDPR) conversation!

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Nicole Cieslak

Nicole Cieslak is the marketing communications manager at Sumo Logic and editor in chief of the Sumo Logic blog, responsible for sharing company news, research, partner/customer stories and other happenings with external stakeholders.

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