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Simple Steps to Stay Compliant with new Data Protection Regulations

By Alexander Scheubner • 18 Dec 2017

Time is ticking – on May 25, 2018, the European Data Protection Regulation or GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) will go into into force. For many, there are still plenty of questions about what this means for their company. To help you be better prepared, DocuWare has put together the most important information about the new regulations in an E-book, WhitePaper and To-Do List.

E-Book: “Data Protection and Security – The EU GDPR is Just the Tip of the Iceberg“

In October, we circulated a helpful guide that focuses on key issues published by AIIM (Association for Information and Image Management), covering the following:

  • How has data protection and security changed over the years?
  • What is the GDPR? Who does it impact? What do these regulations mean for companies?
  • How should your organization respond and what role will machine learning play in solving problems?

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GDPR To-Do List: 14 Steps

To help you prepare step-by-step for the General Data Protection Regulation and General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which will go into effect on 05/25/2018, DocuWare has some concrete tips to share: 14 Steps is a to-do list put together by Rolf Becker, ECC club member and partner with the law firm of WIENKE & BECKER – COLOGNE.

This includes the identification of data protection-relevant areas, the creation of so-called processing directories, surveillance plans, and GDPR-compliant certifications.

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DocuWare “GDPR WhitePaper“

Providers of document management solutions - such as DocuWare – are a critical resource for ensuring compliance with the upcoming GDPR. Because email, files, papers or various documents that contain personally identifiable information are considered personal data and must be archived, managed, protected and controlled in accordance with GDPR. Find out how DocuWare helps in a free GDPR WhitePaper.

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Topics: Compliance, Security

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