GDPR: It’s a Marathon, Not a Sprint – Intel Chip Chat – Episode 589

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In this Intel Chip Chat audio podcast with Allyson Klein: The EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), went into effect last week and Garry Binder, Enterprise Solution and Security Architect at Intel, joins Intel Chip Chat to discuss why it is so important from a tech sector perspective and what we may expect to see moving forward. Garry discusses how GDPR is only the beginning of modern policy and security regulations and he covers some of the key takeaways of GDPR. Garry states that compliance will be more like a marathon than a sprint and it will provide organizations with an opportunity to rethink data security at both the system and infrastructure level, and, in the process, strengthen data protection on a number of levels.

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