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General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)


Any organization that does business in Europe or is expanding to Europe is legally required to comply with the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). GDPR requires organizations inside and outside Europe to secure all EU citizens’ Personally Identifying Information (PII) collected, processed or stored by the business. Thus, organizations need to know what data comes from whom and where it comes from.

GDPR also requires organizations to develop specific processes governing internal records, data breach notifications, appoint a Data Protection Officer and more. Additionally, the law’s “right to be forgotten” provision says if asked, an organization must erase an EU citizen’s information from its database and those of third parties’ it has shared PII with.

Organizations found to be in breach of GDPR provisions can face penalties of up to 20 million euros or 4 percent of its total worldwide yearly revenue, not to mention incur costs to their reputation and brand.

Impacted Industries

  • Social media and online communities
  • Financial Services and Banking
  • Software as a service
  • Cloud computing providers
  • Healthcare


Any organization that does business in Europe or is expanding to Europe is legally required to comply with the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). GDPR requires organizations inside and outside Europe to secure all EU citizens’ Personally Identifying Information (PII) collected, processed or stored by the business. Thus, organizations need to know what data comes from whom and where it comes from.

GDPR also requires organizations to develop specific processes governing internal records, data breach notifications, appoint a Data Protection Officer and more. Additionally, the law’s “right to be forgotten” provision says if asked, an organization must erase an EU citizen’s information from its database and those of third parties’ it has shared PII with.

Organizations found to be in breach of GDPR provisions can face penalties of up to 20 million euros or 4 percent of its total worldwide yearly revenue, not to mention incur costs to their reputation and brand.


Impacted Industries

  • Social media and online communities
  • Financial Services and Banking
  • Software as a service
  • Cloud computing providers
  • Healthcare

Hyperproof Makes GDPR Compliance Manageable

  • GDPR compliance framework with requirements and controls to help you get started

  • Ability to map a control to multiple regulatory standards. Reduce time to compliance for all regulations that matter to your business

  • Work with the productivity tools you already have

  • Re-use evidence across multiple frameworks and controls

  • Quickly collect evidence to document your efforts toward GDPR compliance

  • Pinpoint & prioritize your critical work stream

  • GDPR compliance framework with requirements and controls to help you get started

  • Ability to map a control to multiple regulatory standards. Reduce time to compliance for all regulations that matter to your business

  • Work with the productivity tools you already have

  • Re-use evidence across multiple frameworks and controls

  • Quickly collect evidence to document your efforts toward GDPR compliance

  • Pinpoint & prioritize your critical work stream


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