Data loss or theft is no longer just a serious blow to your customers’ business operations. Thanks to changes in data protection legislation on 25 May, it could potentially also expose your customers to a GDPR lawsuit!
But data protection is a complex topic, so we’ve prepared a GDPR Data Protection Knowledge Brief to enable your customers to navigate the types of data governance and data loss prevention solutions that can help them become GDPR compliant - and that we can help you to sell to them!
There’s a range of other GDPR Knowledge Briefs coming your way, and we can customise each of these with your logo and contact info, to position your brand to your customers and prospects as a source of helpful and authoritative information on GDPR.
Over the next few weeks, we’ll have given you access to a range of other GDPR Knowledge Briefs, enabling you to have solutions-specific conversations with your customers.
GDPR: Backup and Disaster Recovery - FORTHCOMING
Businesses need to ensure if data is compromised, lost, corrupted or deleted it can be quickly and securely recovered: This Brief discusses the best B&DR solutions to render lost data harmless and notify data breachws within 72 hours – a legal requirement
GDPR: Application Patching - FORTHCOMING
Cyber-criminals know patching can be a headache to manage – unpatched vulnerabilities in software account for 85% of all attack angles! Use this Brief to show your customers how automatic patching can slash their vulnerability from a breach.
GDPR: Overview – ISSUED: CUSTOMISE NOW
Unless each layer is secured, it’s a cyber-attack waiting to happen, spelling damage to brand, reputation and revenues, as well as susceptibility to lawsuits! This Brief explains the importance of layered security before even looking at GDPR.Download Now
GDPR: Email Security – ISSUED: CUSTOMISE NOW
Over 120 billion business emails will be sent this year, many harbouring spam, phishing, and malware that can compromise data. This brief discusses why the right email security solution is imperative to stop them falling victim to a GDPR lawsuit. Download Now