Webinar: Supporting your journey to compliance and beyond

The financial implications of not being compliant are enormous let alone the reputational damage that comes with a data breach! Data moves throughout your organisation at an alarming rate and data privacy will affect all parts of your business.

We can provide you with practical, pragmatic advice on meeting and maintaining regulations such as GDPR and the incoming ePrivacy regulation enabling organisations like yours to meet regulatory obligations and business goals.

Watch our on demand webinar and get some key questions answered:

  • Will there be a grace period?
  • Who owns the risk when it comes to data in your organisation?
  • What is data portability?
  • What is a data protection officer?
  • Is it mandatory to have a data protection officer?
  • How and when do you obtain consent?
  • Will you need a Privacy Impact Assessment?
  • What actions should you take next?

Register here to join our next webinar in the series on the 12th September – Network Utilities Managed Security Services.

Network Utilities and EfficientIP partner to help customers become GDPR compliant

In July 2016 Network Utilities and EfficientIP announced their partnership agreement to provide UK based customers with EfficientIP DDI solutions and draw on Network Utilities’ recognised expertise in the market and expand EfficientIP’s existing partner network in the UK region. Both company’s solutions will help organisations in a variety of public and private industries – particularly telecom – to protect their critical applications from growing threats, as well as integrate advanced network infrastructure.

With new legislation coming into effect in May 2018, this is a critical time for all organisations to focus on the strength, resiliency, and intelligence of their networks to avoid data breaches and ensure GDPR compliance. Now is the time to start building a GDPR-compliant infrastructure and providing sufficient security at the DNS level can save companies huge amounts of money and help avoid unnecessary GDPR proceedings.

David Silsby, Network Utilities Sales Director, believes this continued partnership will be beneficial to prospects and customers: “This new GDPR legislation puts the responsibility on companies to make sure their networks are as secure as possible, which will mean much more than just protecting the companies data it means protecting the whole infrastructure. No one can afford to ignore GDPR and working together with EfficientIP, Network Utilities will be able to offer customers a more enhanced security offering.”

David Williamson, EfficientIP CEO, is also looking forward to a continued partnership: “The addition of Network Utilities to our partner group is key to bringing new adaptive security solutions to their customers. The past two years have seen a dramatic increase in cyber security attacks, and DNS has been confirmed as being a weak point of the network infrastructure. We have the solution for this in our 360° DNS Security, and Network Utilities has the expertise to apply it as part of their offering.”

Network Utilities will be hosting a webinar with Martin Wellsted from EfficientIP on the 3rd May.  Register here and find out more about DNS exfiltration and how to prevent the unauthorised transfer of data from your organization.

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