How to avoid a GDPR compliance audit in a Linux environmentSep 18, 2017, 05:00 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Mark Lambiase)
How can CIOs prepare in such a way to head off a GDPR compliance audit in a Linux environment?
Hadoop, OpenStack, and hypervisor and high-performance computing installers make it easy to build mega Linux clusters and deal with node failure reasonably simply. However, compliance for the GDPR may not be so easy – even for Linux environments. With a minimum fine of at least $20 million looming for a GDPR violation, privacy and encryption of data is important and should still be a key part of your GDPR compliance planning.
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