As an Administrator, you may be asked to ensure the computing systems you oversee are GDPR compliant.
- The General Data Protection Regulation, more popularly known as GDPR, is a broad set of rules governing data protection for all individuals within the EU
- GDPR regulations apply not only to companies located within the EU, but any company dealing with user data of EU residents
- GDPR carries with it stiff penalties of 4% of revenue for companies that fail to comply
- The regulations go into effect May 25th, 2018
FileCloud provides a set of easy-to-use features that supports an organization's need to meet GDPR regulations.
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How To Use FileCloud to Help with Compliance
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GDPR requires that all users provide explicit consent to track personally identifiable information (PII).
Right to Access
With this provision, users may request access to any information companies possess relating to them.
GDPR provides that users may request a copy of data for use elsewhere, also known as ‘data portability’.
Right to Be Forgotten
Under GDPR users may request the deletion or anonymization of any data companies possess relating to them.
Add Special User Types for DPOs
Companies with over 250 employees should assign a data protection officer (DPO) to overlook compliance.
Use Patterns to Detect Problems
GDPR compliance requires companies to ensure that files with protected information have not been shared inappropriately.