GDPR report, outlining the adoption, one year on from its first launch
We enlisted the help of leading research firm OnePoll to incorporate the views of 1,000 CTOs, CIOs, IT managers and security managers across France, Germany, Italy, Spain, and the UK. And we found that as many as three-quarters (75%) of organizations believe the EU general data protection regulation (GDPR) has improved consumer trust, while 73% claim it has boosted their data security.
If you’re one of the 4% of organizations who haven’t started their GDPR program – or among the 40% who are only part of the way through it – then this research study should make for an interesting read. The study reveals the enticing benefits that those who’ve implemented GDPR are now enjoying – and the added value they expect to unlock going forwards.
But if that’s not compelling enough, just consider these additional anticipated long-term rewards with this GDPR report:
- 44% of your peers see GDPR as a way to make operations more efficient – especially valuable for cybersecurity
- Around a third (32%) say that GDPR has encouraged their organization to embrace cloud solutions. That figure jumps to 42% in Italy and France.
- And 40% believe the GDPR regulations will provide a more comprehensive and complete view of the information processed by their company.
So, if you’re struggling to get your GDPR initiatives moving, you need to read this report.
Download it today, and discover how your peers are tackling the obligations of GDPR. That includes how much organizations are investing to adhere to GDPR. And why businesses need to adopt robust frameworks, rather than simply shutting off access to platforms that employees and customers want to use – like mobile devices and the cloud.