GDPR - General Data Protection Regulation

What is the GDPR and how will data protection change in Europe?

The best way that a company or organization is prepared for this new european directive  is to have tools that allow you to have :

What is the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation)?

It is the legislation developed by the European Parliament, which aims to control the management of information and personal data. Also known as (EU) 2016/679.

With this new regulation, the European panorama of data control will be unified and simplified, but it will also be more rigid.

When does it take effect?

On May 25, 2018.

To whom does it apply?

To all companies or organizations that store or process personal information of European citizens, including companies or organizations that are not located in the European Union, but that deal with the information of EU citizens.

What are the main elements of this new European regulation?

  • Consent;
  • Security failure warnings;
  • Right to access;
  • Right to be forgotten;
  • Clear consent of the transfer of information;
  • The portability of information;
  • Privacy by default;
  • Data Protection Agents;

What are the consequences of non-compliance with this directive?

Fines of up to 20 million euros or 4% of the annual turnover.

Prevention of Data Loss

Make the data always accessible and avoid losses


Encrypt Information Technologies


Computer attacks prevention


When, Where and How she received the data, by whom she went and where she is


Assessment of data handling and information management methods

The technologies represented by DSSI respond to the needs raised by the GDPR standards. As?

Multinational Compliance

The GDRP is a recent concern, but there are other data protection policies with which companies are concerned. The solution of Code42 can be the solution to be in compliance, regardless of the industry in which it is located. Know how this solution can help you.

GDPR starts with the knowledge

Most companies are not yet framed with policies that make them comply with these new GDPR premises. GDPR is mostly about: storage, research, cleaning, analysis, reporting and data protection. How can Hitachi fit into these issues?

Information Protection exchanged by email

Email is still one of the most popular ways to communicate, which means that all mailboxes of all companies currently have personal information of collaborators and customers. From IPs, contracts of collaborators, bank details to much more. The companies have to now with GDPR take responsibility for the management consequently of all this information, like? MailStore Server is a great answer for this concern.

Do you know where your information is?

One of the main permits of this new legislation is to know where the information is stored. With ownCloud you regain full control over your information, find out how.

To simplify processes, monitoring, audits and reports

GDPR will make infrastructures more complex in their management, both because new solutions are needed as well as because of a more closed privacy policy. Solarwinds’ monitoring, auditing and reporting tools provide a complete and integrated view of the entire infrastructure. From update statuses to being able to identify where personal user data is available and stored.

Mobile data encryption

With the exponential increase in communications and information exchange through mobile devices, in which corporate platforms are increasingly multi-platform, concerns about the protection and privacy of users also extend to these devices. The Soliton solution portfolio offers answers to these problems.