From May 2018, the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) becomes mandatory. Its intention is to harmonize the rules for processing personal data by private companies and public authorities throughout the EU.
This results in extensive documentation obligations for companies and they are obliged to report data leaks in a timely manner. Additionally, violation of the data protection directives is subject to very high fines. The introduction of mobile devices into a business environment is especially prone to open up security issues. So how can the security of data (including personal data) on mobile devices, and the exchange of data on the devices be ensured? What access rights to the firm’s servers do the users have with their mobile devices? Due to the increasing mobility in the labor market, it is important that businesses employ relevant Enterprise Mobility solutions that explicitly place the consideration and implementation of data security in their concept plan.
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White Paper: EU General Data Protection Regulation: How to get your mobile devices into top condition