GDPR compliance, in an organization with diversified and fragmented data, can be a challenging goal. An organization must have comprehensive governance, risk management, and compliance (GRC) strategy in place in order to achieve GDPR compliance and have complete control of the data assets. This is the stepping-stone to an effective data privacy regime that helps mitigate risks, ensure compliance, build trust, and protect organization’s brand value.
Columbus encourages you to start the compliance journey early. At the stage of defining the project goals, review existing business processes and data landscape, identify the key focus areas and activate a project governance structure to help meet the goals. Defining and documenting the top-priority as-is and for the to-be processes and mapping organization’s capabilities to them in very critical.
Let us look at the 10 best practices to implement and make your GDPR compliance a success:
The deadline for compliance with the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) is May 25, 2018. It is advised to start the compliance journey of your organization as soon as possible.