COO Rohit Sethi writes about GDPR Article 25 compliance for Information Management

Opinion: GDPR Article 25 gets a boost with new software development methodology

By Rohit Sethi

Published January 16 2018, 6:32am EST

The European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation will change the way organizations across the globe handle personal information by enforcing strict guidelines on how that information is collected, handled, and processed. With full implementation coming into effect on May 28, 2018, after which infractions will incur hefty fines, GDPR compliance is critical and companies need to respond quickly.

Article 25 has posed particularly difficult challenges for organizations when it comes to business agility. Pertaining to “Data Protection by Design and Default,” Article 25 contains several new regulations for the development and management of software...

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