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From a European resident’s standpoint, the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) represents increased data privacy. But for a business like yours — which collects and manages personally identifiable information (PII) for your customers, clients, or patients — this sweeping law has a different meaning.
Specifically, GPDR represents several new obligations for how your organisation must handle the data of any EU resident. If you’re unsure whether or not your business is fully compliant with the law — which in less than two years has already resulted in €400 million in fines against businesses — we’ve outlined some of the GDPR’s key requirements.
5 Processes You Need Right Now to Be GDPR Compliant
As you can see, bringing your company’s data environment into alignment with GDPR can’t be handled in a single “increase data privacy” step. It requires implementing several new processes and technologies to make sure the PII data your organisation manages is:
The Answer: Cloud Backup and DR from Veeam and KeepItSafe
Making sure your organisation meets these and dozens of other demands for GDPR compliance is going to require at least two types of help:
First, you’ll need the right technology.
As more than 350,000 enterprise customers around the world will tell you, the right technology comes from Veeam, the world’s #1 provider of cloud data management solutions, trusted by more than 4 out of 5 Fortune 500 companies.
Second, you’ll need the right partner.
That’s KeepItSafe: a premium, white-glove service that will help you set up and manage your Veeam Cloud Connect backup and recovery solution — and proactively protect your environment 24/7.
KeepItSafe is among a small number of service providers to earn Veeam Platinum Partner status, which the company grants only to organisations “providing first-class support, expert knowledge, and continued product education” to their Veeam customers.
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