Set to become effective on May 25, 2018, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a European Union (EU) regulation that will strictly govern the ways in which organisations collect, manage, and store personal data. According to the GDPR, personal data is any information related to a natural person (or “data subject”) that can be used to directly or indirectly identify the person. If an organisation handles data belonging to data subjects in the EU, it must comply with the GDPR, regardless of its location. The primary aim of the GDPR is to empower people in the EU with more control over their personal data and to strengthen their privacy rights.

Click the link below to find out how ManageEngine can simplify the GDPR adoption process.

You may be interested in these other recent articles

ManageEngine UserConf – 2020 Postponed

25 February 2020

Due to ongoing concerns about the current outbreak of Coronavirus, ManageEngine has made the difficult decision to postpone the ManageEngine London User Conference scheduled for March 2-3,…

Read more

Enterprise Service Management

1 October 2019

Detailing ServiceDesk Plus’ New Enterprise Service Management Feature As of ServiceDesk Plus version 11, ManageEngine have introduced a new feature named ‘Enterprise Service Management’, or…

Read more

ServiceDesk Plus 11 New Features & Enhancements

30 September 2019

New Features and Enhancements in ServiceDesk Plus 11 ServiceDesk Plus Version 11000 Released on 30 September, 2019 ServiceDesk Plus Version 11 (11000) has introduced some…

Read more

Increase your Office 365 Security Score

1 February 2019

As you may know, the Office 365 Secure Score is an indication of how secure your current Office 365 environment is compared to the possible…

Read more

Sending An Email Notification For A Specific Template In ServiceDesk Plus

16 October 2018

Sometimes it’s handy to know when users might have raised a request using a specific template from the self-service portal. You might even need this…

Read more