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Controlling access:
The key to GDPR compliance

Much has been written about the big stick fines GDPR threatens, of up to 20 million euros, or four percent of an organisation’s global annual turnover – whichever is the highest – for failure to comply. But there is also a carrot. With the knowledge that, in our digital world, being able to create trusted customer relationships is a business opportunity and wealth generator, GDPR legislators have created opportunities for businesses to differentiate themselves by achieving GDPR data protection certification marks and seals.

For now, organisations are at very different points in their journey towards GDPR – seeking to answer hard data accountability questions. Answering these questions requires a robust approach to limiting access to personal data and a clear audit trail of when it was accessed and by whom.

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