The Key Challenges that GDPR brings to SAP Customers

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19/07/2017

Are you aware of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and its direct relationship to the data you hold inside your SAP systems?

GDPR is set to come into force on 25th May 2018. The regulation will completely overhaul the rules for how organisations manage personal data. With business-critical SAP systems maintaining large amounts of personal data, it’s important that you understand how to avoid the widely reported and particularly severe consequences of mishandling personal data. All SAP systems such as SAP ERP, Business Intelligence (BI), CRM, HCM and other SAP applications should be included in a GDPR preparation project that requires a completely new approach to managing, owning and processing data.

But don’t panic, we can help.

If you have unanswered questions about the potential impact of GDPR on your SAP Solutions and would like to understand the new legal obligations that will come into force in less than 10 months’ time, watch this webinar recording.

Preparation to comply with GDPR needs to start now. ear Andy Steer, CTO,

In this webinar, Andy Steer, CTO, itelligence, explains the critical next steps for your business. From auditing and risk analysis on current SAP environments to reviewing data collection processes, policies and procedures, Andy provides best practice advice and guidance for reducing your exposure to GDPR risk. We also introduce our latest resources and solution accelerators to support your organisation’s compliance journey with Readiness Assessment, Data Discovery, Data Governance and Information Lifecycle Services for SAP customers.

The Key Challenges that GDPR brings to SAP Customers Webinar Recording


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