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Hi ,

The EU Data Protection Regulation is a good example of just how important it is to define a challenge before you start trying to solve it.

Essentially, GDPR is about organisations protecting their personal data. However, before you can figure out how your organisation protects its personal data, you need to know why the organisation has this data to begin with. Understanding the reason is basically a pre-requisite for taking any action.

Right now, GDPR compliance is a task that tends to land on the IT Managers’ desk, with understandable frustration: it’s not reasonable to expect an IT manager to know why an organisation collects, processes, and even shares all their data. An IT Manager can only be expected to know how to systematically support the processing of certain data, and whether it’s soundly secured.

So how do you define the responsibility and work that is GDPR compliance? 

“GDPR is the management’s responsibility. Simple as that. The management needs to... Read the article here

For insight into GDPR compliance from Neupart's Head of Information Security Advisory, Jakob Joensen, read our latest blog post:

Dear IT Manager: GDPR Is Not Your Responsibility - But It Is Your Task


Best regards,
Jakob Holm Hansen
CEO, Neupart