EU General Data Protection Regulation
This European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is designed to harmonise the current data protection laws in place across the EU member states. It introduces guidance as to how customer data should be stored and, most significantly, how companies must respond in the event of a data breach.
In the event of a breach the EU General Data Protection Regulation enables companies to be fined up to €20 million or 4% of their global turnover – whichever is higher. However, this value is arguably just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to the total cost of the breach once knowledge of it becomes public.
When a data breach occurs companies have 72 hours to inform the regulator and are also required to inform individual data subjects of data breaches ‘without undue delay’.
Under the EU General Data Protection Regulation, no business will be able to hide a breach from the public eye. For data security professionals, the pressure is on to prevent data loss incidents from happening in the first place and ensure that your business won’t be making the next big data breach headlines.
How can Boldon James help?
The industry-leading Boldon James Classifier is designed to reduce data loss incidents and improve DLP solution effectiveness. Visual labelling enhances your workforce’s awareness of the value of the data they are using, whilst metadata labels facilitate more effective application of data security, data management and retention policies.
Boldon James Data Classification products support compliance with EU Data Protection Regulations by:
Ensuring appropriate control
of confidential or sensitive information
Classifying or labelling data with visual (and metadata) labels to highlight any special handling requirements
Alerting users when personal data is leaving the organisation to warn or prevent them from sending messages that contain sensitive information
Educating users about the sensitivity of data whilst ensuring adherence to corporate policy
Providing critical audit information on classification events to enable remediation activity and demonstrate compliance position to regulatory authorities
Enabling rapid search and data retrieval based on classification labels to support subject access requests
Utilising metadata labels to drive additional security controls and solutions, such as DLP, encryption and rights management
Orchestrating data management solutions, such as data retention and archiving, to ensure adherence to data storage requirements
What Are Your Responsibilities
Under The Directive?
The following provisions have been identified by stakeholders as those likely to cause additional costs for businesses:
- Subject access request (Article 12);
- Breach notification within 72 hours (Article 33);
- Data protection impact assessments prior to risky processing operations (Article 35);
- Obligation to appoint a data protection officer (Articles 37‐39); and,
- Imposition of large fines for failure to comply (Article 83).
Boldon James Products
Our best-of-breed Data Classification solutions enable organisations to effectively manage data, streamline operations and proactively respond to regulatory change.
Incorporates data classification into the primary productivity tools of Microsoft Office, including Word, Excel, PowerPoint – and also Visio and Project
Brings the benefits of data classification to key design documents across a variety of CAD applications, including AutoCAD and Draftsight
Brings the benefits of user-centric data classification to organisations using Mac devices
Scans and classifies data-at-rest, data stored on-premise, or the Cloud in line with implemented Classifier policy
Provides users with the means to classify any file held in Windows File Store
Classify data stored within Microsoft SharePoint using the familiar and intuitive Classifier interface
Extends document classification into Box Cloud-based storage ensuring seamless document control regardless of its location
Adds message classification capabilities to Microsoft Outlook
Adds message classification capabilities to Lotus Notes
Brings classification to the Microsoft Outlook Web App, providing a consistent, intuitive experience to users
Extends classification to portable devices such as smartphones and tablets providing consistent classification, including iOS, Android and Windows
Works with Boldon James Classifier and SAFEmail solutions to stop the synchronisation of your most sensitive emails from Microsoft Exchange mailboxes
Enhances endpoint classification solutions by applying policy to every message sent and received within your organisation, internal or external, inbound or outbound
Keeping you Secure,
Compliant and in Control
Boldon James is a data classification and secure messaging specialist, delivering globally-recognised innovation,
service excellence and technology solutions that work.
"User friendly Administration console helps to easily understand and implement classification"
Implementation is rather easier than other competitive products, administration console is also easier to understand and everything relevant to classification is there.
Also there are number of default templates and default messages to use with classification rules.
With unrivalled customer service and best-of-breed data protection and governance solutions,
we are helping many of the world’s most successful organisations take control of their business data.
Everyday, our customers enjoy more effective, secure and streamlined operations -
protecting their business critical information and reducing risk.
We integrate with powerful data security and governance ecosystems.
We protect business critical data, improve data control and reduce risk.
We deliver improved and streamlined business performance.
We are a “safe pair of hands” that constantly deliver success.