It may only be four letters, but the European Union’s newly implemented General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) implements a huge range of changes in how companies need to handle customer data and other data besides.
The GDPR replaces a more than 20-year-old directive on how companies should protect and handle the data of European residents, from initial filing through deletion.
Most multinational companies, and of course EU-based companies should already be aware of requirements, but given increasing demands for global and always-on applications how will they achieve it?.
While some US companies may already have strong technology, operations and information practices in place, the reality for most US companies is that they have a lot of work to do to become compliant with the new regulations.
Join Chris Mann, Senior EMEA Counsel, and Iain Finlayson, Solutions Engineer from DataStax to learn how the new regulations will impact US companies and how a hybrid cloud database can help you get and stay compliant with GDPR.
||Chris Mann, Senior EMEA Counsel, Datastax
As Senior EMEA Counsel, Chris leads privacy compliance efforts at DataStax, providing advice on privacy
law to the global business.
Chris has 15 years of experience working on software and technology agreements and privacy law matters.
Prior to his role at DataStax, Chris was a solicitor in privacy practice advising enterprises and the UK government on technology, procurement and related matters.
||Iain Finlayson, Solutions Engineering Manager, DataStax
Finlayson is a Solutions Engineering Manager at DataStax, with a decade of experience helping enterprises solve big data challenges using non-relational databases, enterprise search technologies and Apache Hadoop.
Prior to his role at DataStax, Iain was a Content Architect for Oxford University Press.
It was in this role he discovered the value of NoSQL in building highly scalable, always-on, web applications.