GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation)

Are you prepared for the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)?
Learn how to comply.

The GDPR comes into effect on 25 May 2018. It has the power to change the way your business can collect, use and transfer personal data. You will need to know and prove where your personal data is stored and you may also need to change the way you collect it.

Learn about the importance to be ready for what’s next with the resources below.

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GDPR Podcast | Iron Mountain
GDPR: Podcast

Topics: Compliance | GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation)

GDPR takes effect in 2018—is your business prepared? Our experts discuss new rules and regulations for collecting private data, hiring an ideal Data Protection Officer for your organisation, the impact of GDPR legislation on non-EU business, and more.






The Rights Of Data Subjects Under The New GDPR | Iron Mountain
Practical Guidance and Expert Tips - The Rights of Data Subjects under the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)

Topics: Compliance | Records management | GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation)

GDPR is a significant piece of legislation that will affect anyone who handles the private information of EU citizens. From the public sector to pharmaceutical companies, financial institutions to retailers, businesses of all kinds and sizes will be effected. The GDPR standardises existing legislation across the EU and expands individuals’ rights over the personal data organisations hold. GDPR also introduces important new rights for data subjects such as the rights to erasure and data portability.



Prepare Now For the New EU Data Protection Law
Prepare Now For the New EU Data Protection Law

Topics: GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation)

The European regulatory environment as it affects records retention and disposition is complex. Not only do you need to adhere to local laws governing records retention in every market where you conduct business, you also need to consider operational and business requirements and your organisation’s risk appetite. Companies face a new challenge driving the need to get retention and disposition right in the form of the new EU General Data Protection Regulation(GDPR), which comes into effect in 2018. Find out how having a solid records and information management programme in place now will put you in a good position to comply with the impending GDPR.