GDPR Tools for Information Management

GDPR Tools for Information Management

With the 25th of May now just 6 months away, things are getting real for organisations needing to comply with GDPR regulations around the world. How can you arm yourself with the information to be prepared?

Management of personal information in structured repositories such as CRM and profiling tools is already difficult enough. But what about unstructured content sitting in enterprise systems such as Office 365, SharePoint and Network FileShares?

In this webinar, we’ve teamed up with TermSet to go into detail on what personal information management might look like post-GDPR and how some of our customers are preparing their systems and processes to meet their compliance obligations. We’ll go specifically into a few articles inside the legislation, dissect what they mean, and look at how RecordPoint and TermSet help address the challenges involved in meeting the requirements.

TermSet will also be offering a FREE GDPR audit for everyone who attends the webinar.

Key Takeaways

  • Actions you can take today to address specific articles in the GDPR including the “Right to be forgotten”.
  • How to identify personal information in unstructured content.
  • An understanding of how good information management can lead the way towards GDPR compliance.
  • Don’t forget your free information audit provided by TermSet.

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