Featured article of the CEO Panagiotis Kouris /GDPR and Cloud = Better Together

Featured article of the CEO Panagiotis Kouris /GDPR and Cloud = Better Together

These days, with increasingly connected devices, homes, cars and public places, privacy has become a major concern for consumers. GDPR reshapes the way in which sectors manage data, as well as redefines the roles for key leaders in businesses. Panagiotis Kouris, CEO at Office Line SA describes how GDPR affects every organization that processes EU residents’ personally identifiable information, in addition to the possibility of a large fine for a non-compliant organization. He also mentions, that in order to become GDPR compliant, you don’t just need some tools; you need to organize your approach to 4 key axes: “Discover”, “Manage”, “Protect”, “Report” along with a thorough analysis, plan and detailed checklist that covers all aspects and processes involved.  To simplify your path to compliance, Office Line offers a vast solutions portfolio, with the most comprehensive set of compliance offerings, to help develop your own GDPR plan.

Office Line’s consultants can accelerate your GDPR journey conducting a specialized survey within an IT organizations’ environment, indicating;

  • Where the personal data are located
  • What personal data are used and how the users access these data
  • Data protection throughout their full life-cycle
  • Reporting, geolocating and continuous monitoring of the data and policies that must be followed
  • Revoke access to the data anytime, anywhere

 

Read the full article at the IT Security Professional magazine

IT Security Professional is the only B2B magazine in Greece, that focuses in the Business IT and Information Security sector. It covers all topics of technologies, solutions, services, strategies and management models associated with the IT infrastructure and IT Security in business environments.  It is a bi-monthly printed publication by Smart Press media company that is distributed to more than 5.000 recipients through direct mail and subscriptions. Moreover, the digital edition of the IT Security Professional magazine is distributed through newsletter to more than 8.000 recipients.