Learn how Netskope can help your organization with GDPR compliance in the cloud.
Personal data can only be collected as necessary to the purpose of use, with limitations on the processing of ‘special data’ and ‘sensitive data.’Read more
Controllers and processors must know the location where personal data is stored or otherwise processed.Read more
Controllers must take adequate security measures to protect personal data from loss, alteration, or unauthorized processing.Read more
Controllers must prevent personal data from being uploaded to personal cloud services and personal devices (BYOD) or enforce the organization’s security measures in personal clouds and devices.Read more
Controllers must know the privacy and security standards the processor adheres to and assess those standards.Read more
Using advanced DLP features and access controls, we’ve been able to safely enable the cloud with Netskope as well as secure personal data for GDPR cloud compliance.
Written in conjunction with an EU privacy lawyer, this whitepaper describes the GDPR and its implications for organizations that use the cloud. Read this whitepaper to gain an in-depth perspective on the GDPR and cloud compliance.Learn More
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