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Learn how organizations struggling with GDPR compliance can get where they need to be by taking a collaborative, team-based approach.
Organizations need a solution that works to ensure they are GDPR compliant, while also allowing their business to run optimally. Download our solution brief to learn how Titus can help.
Learn how Titus ensures your organizations compliance with GDPR, while enhancing the accuracy and efficiency of your data protection program.
Learn how most organizations are still not fully prepared to meet GDPR compliance requirements and how this impacts their data security needs.
Learn why it’s vital to prioritize GDPR compliance among your business priorities in order to meet regulation requirements.
Learn about the technologies available to help you achieve and maintain GDPR compliance and how Titus can help.
Learn how high the consequences can be when not properly following GDPR or CCPA compliance guidelines, including Data Subject Access Requests.
Learn why achieving GDPR compliance is more than checking off a to-do list and how it factors in to your overall data protection strategy.
Learn more about GDPR and how you can take the first step towards compliance.
With the sheer amount of data being both ingested and shared by many organizations, keeping compliant using manual processes is a near-impossible task.
Learn how to successfully achieve sustained GDPR compliance and get tips for data discovery and mapping as part of your data security program.
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Educating your team on data security and the value of a team approach helps in meeting your GDPR compliance needs.
The EU’s GDPR paved the way for data privacy and protection laws around the world, and one of the latest is the emerging Personal Data Protection Bill in India. While organizations in India already adhere to international data privacy laws, including GDPR when serving overseas customers, as well as the restrictions set out in 2000’s Information Technology Act, neither directly and specifically addresses the personal data of consumers within India’s borders.