European Union General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)

EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)

Organizations in the EU and outside that are considered controllers and/or processors of EU citizen data will be required to achieve compliance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) by May of 2018. The new legislation will focus on data protection from the initial identification and protection of personal identifiable information (PII) through to the required prompt notification of a data breach incident to the relevant supervisory authority.

Forcepoint™ Data Loss Prevention (DLP) and Insider Threat solutions help you maintain and demonstrate GDPR compliance with these advantages:

  • Pre-defined policies to address national and regional data protection regulations from almost 60 countries around the world
  • Easy setup that allows you to deploy our data loss prevention (DLP) solution in days, not months, using our set-up wizard and preconfigured templates (including GDPR-compliant ones)
  • Streamlined reporting from our unified central management console
  • Incident Risk Ranking rapidly identify data incidents for immediate remediation action using statistical data modeling and behavioral baselining
  • Forcepoint SureView® Insider Threat (SVIT) uses behavioral analytics to give you the visibility of the early warning signs that users have been hijacked, gone rogue, or are just making mistakes
  • This early visibility can enable you to respond to data incidents in a timely manner and often before sensitive data gets breached or stolen

To learn how the GDPR regulations will impact your organization and how to ensure your security posture meets the new standards, watch the Forcepoint GDPR webcast and see our GDPR flyer.