Over the past several months there have been a number of articles written about the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) standards that go into effect May 2018 in the European Union. These new standards require organizations to obtain consent from individuals to capture and store identity information and to remove that information from servers if it is no longer needed.
Many physical security departments think that GDPR only applies to IT or only to organizations physically located in Europe. However, with the introduction of GDPR physical security must ensure that consent is recorded for all EU Citizens whose information is being stored and managed in physical access control systems and that any personal information is centrally tracked and controlled for all servers – no matter where in the world that server resides.
So with less than nine months until these standards are enacted, how can you learn how GDPR will affect physical security? Join Quantum Secure for a series of two webinars on how GDPR will impact physical security departments.
In this first webinar, we will discuss the cost impact of these new regulations on physical security departments. Key takeaways you don’t want to miss: