Information volumes are growing dramatically across the globe. This growth is creating new requirements on how that information is managed and governed, and it is forcing organizations to re-think their current IT practices.

Perhaps one of the most complicated and impactful of these requirements is the newly ratified General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) in Europe. GDPR provides specific guidance on how organizations classify, secure and take action of private citizen data in the European Union (EU). These rules directly impact companies operating in the EU, as well as any organization with customers there or that collect private EU citizen data from across the globe.

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