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10 Security Experts On The Biggest Danger Businesses Face From GDPR

CRN asks 10 identity management and data protection CEOs and technical leaders what the biggest potential minefields are for organizations around the soon-to-be-enforced GDPR regulations.

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Having To Disclose Breaches Before Understanding The Full Impact

Once there's recognition that something bad has happened, organizations like to get everything closed off and understand the scope of the problem before publicly announcing it, according to Paul Trulove, chief product officer at Austin, Texas-based SailPoint. As a result, Trulove said there's often a long gap between when a breach is detected and when it's announced both internally and externally.

Trulove expects any fines that come based on GDPR to result from people not doing a good job of adhering to the timely disclosure portion of the regulations.

Organizations can speed up their response capabilities by running through cross-functional breach simulation scenarios and figuring out how everyone from legal and IT to marketing and public relations will respond, according to Trulove.

 
 
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