There are plenty of challenges an individual has when it comes to protecting their identity. Unfortunately, anytime someone goes online they can be at risk. Simply opening up the wrong email could significantly threaten a person’s personal information.
Regardless of how careful someone might be, their information might be stored with a business that may not be as cautious as they should be with their customer’s information. That is why the European Union Council approved the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) in 2016.
This initiative is aimed at improving the way businesses handle customer or client information. Since this regulation is going into effect in the spring of 2018, it is important that businesses not currently in compliance become compliant with this regulation before its implementation.
In many instances, compliance is straightforward. First of all, a business will need to make sure that they have the …