The Data Protection Rules are Changing in Europe

Article 32 of the GDPR  (EU General Data Protection Regulation) details that organizations must “ensure the ongoing confidentially, integrity, availability and resilience of processing systems and services.” According to Forbes, “When combined with Article 25, which mandates that data protection measures be implemented ‘by design and default’, it’s clear that privacy and security must become ingrained in every element of IT infrastructure.”

Things are changing and the end result is that there will now be consistent data protection rules across the European Union and all businesses (even those who deal with individuals that reside in the European Union) must comply with the GDPR or risk strict penalties. The GDPR is going to change the way companies around the world manage data. To understand what’s changing, we’ve compiled some links to a couple of articles that explain the changes coming: