Don’t let GDPR
divert your business
from its destination

European data protection rules have changed.

 

 

Are you prepared for the turbulence ahead?

 

 
 

What you need to know about GDPR

 

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) went into force in all 28 EU member states on May 25, 2018. GDPR represents the biggest change to data protection law in 30 years. It includes high penalties for non-compliance - up to 4% of a company’s worldwide revenue (or €20m, whichever is higher) - and extends not just to data controllers, but data processors too.

Wherever you are in the world, as long as you do business in the EU and handle EU residents’ data, GDPR will mean a whole new era of data governance and enhanced requirements on security and personal data.

Indian companies are also subject to penalties in case of non-compliance.

At ADP, it is at the heart of our mission to protect your privacy and security, and to help you keep up with the constantly changing compliance landscape. Whether you’re in HR, IT or Finance, ADP would like to invite you to safely board the GDPR plane with us.

 
 
 

Read IDC’s exclusive Cloud, Compliance and the Case for HR Transformation to support your HCM Strategy executive brief now and learn:

  • Why leaders outside of Europe should be concerned about how data privacy and GDPR will affect their day-to-day business processes*.
  • How to navigate the turbulence generated by implementing GDPR.
  • How cloud services could provide the GDPR silver lining you’re looking for.

*IDC Report 2017

 
 

Step on board for a free webinar on GDPR

You don’t have to study the new legislation all alone by yourself. ADP has already captured the highlights for you. Join ADP’s data privacy experts in a recorded webinar to learn more about the looming GDPR legislation and its potential impact on your role and your organisation.

 
 

Two of ADP’s foremost data privacy experts, Cécile Georges and Pascale Gelly, will be your hosts for the webinar.

Cécile Georges,

Chief Privacy Officer,
ADP ®

Pascale Gelly,

Regional Privacy Officer EMEA,
ADP ®