In May 2018, the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), will be in place, meaning virtually any organization with data in or passing through the EU will have a host of new compliance requirements. And though warnings and reminders continue to surface, there remains concern that organizations haven’t started the road toward compliance.
Of course, among those advocates are major law firms that cater to the Fortune 500 crowd, and one of the ways they’re approaching compliance is through technology. On May 25, a date chosen to line up exactly a year before GDPR goes into effect, Hogan Lovells released its GDPRnow app. Available for download at the iTunes store, the app is meant to be a quick guide to aid organizations in prepping for GDPR compliance.
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