The General Data Protection Plan, known by GDPR, is new legislation that defines data protection standards and laws across the European Union. This regulation effectively repeals the Directive 95/46/EC.
Consistency is the goal for the GDPR; the legislation imposes a uniform security data law on all EU members, therefore removing most of the need for each member state to write its own data protection laws.
The complexity of the GDPR has left organizations that do business with the EU scrambling to identify exactly how they can comply with its strict data security standards while also recognizing what effect compliance has on their overall digital business initiatives. Let’s take a look a quick look into to the GDPR.