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Daily Dashboard | How orgs are preparing for the GDPR: DPOs, PIAs, and data mapping Related reading: Study: GDPR’s global reach to require at least 75,000 DPOs worldwide



With the General Data Protection Regulation coming online in the European Union by May 2018 — by its own terms affecting organizations worldwide that collect or process EU citizens’ personal data — we have an opportunity to test how ready privacy professionals are for a contemporary and comprehensive privacy regulation that makes obligatory many of the last decade’s “privacy-on-the-ground” practices. Released today at the IAPP Europe Data Protection Congress in Brussels, the IAPP-TRUSTe 2016 study on privacy practices asked 244 privacy professionals about their organizations’ progress toward GDPR compliance, such as whether they have a data protection officer, as well as questions about data hygiene habits like privacy assessments and data inventory and mapping exercises. This 20-page report, "Preparing for the GDPR: DPOs, PIAs, and Data Mapping," should help you benchmark your own progress toward compliance, and help you better understand how to craft your program going forward.
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