Meeting the Challenges of GDPR Compliance
A central part of GDPR focuses on protecting personal data – and respecting consumers’ choices on how that data is used. To follow through on this goal, it’s essential that organizations implement the necessary visibility and controls to govern the access of both standard and privileged users to ensure that only the right people in the right circumstances can access personal data.
Jeremy Grant, who previously led the National Strategy for Trusted Identities in Cyberspace and served as Senior Executive Advisor for Identity Management at NIST, explores how:
- Siloed and inadequate identity and privilege controls constitute the number one vector of attack for adversaries to gain unwanted access to personal information
- Identity management, when executed correctly, can be “the great enabler” – helping not only with GDPR compliance, but providing a foundation for a stronger security posture, greater efficiencies and overall better experiences for your employees, privileged users and customers alike.
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