Introductory Guide: Key Issues in Cybersecurity and GDPR Compliancy

April 10, 2019

GDPR demands the safeguarding of data subjects’ rights and interests. It allows for organizations to employ a risk based approach to personal data protection. This means that organizational risks and interests may be weighed against a data subject’s rights and interests. Subsequently, both organizational risks, as well as data subject risks need to be taken into account when assessing whether the processing and protection of personal information is performed adequately. Due to the contextual nature of privacy, different situations will lead to risks and interests being weighed differently, depending on each individual situation. Notable risks and threats are found outside, as well as within the organization.

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Secucloud GmbH

Secucloud is a service provider of cloud-based IT security, operating worldwide. The Elastic Cloud Security System of secucloud is unique of its kind on the market. By combining a wide variety of security systems in the ECS² architecture with a global security cloud infrastructure, companies receive a secure, scalable solution, which provides security in real time for every device on every location. The ECS² was developed from scratch as cloud architecture, to meet the new challenges presented by mobility, cloud applications and the Internet of Things.

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