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Securing Physical Computing Infrastructure for GDPR Compliance

The General Data Protection Regulation’s (GDPR) primary intent and goal is to establish processes for the protection of personal data. The law provides explicit definitions defining personal data, how it can be used, and how it should be protected and managed. All (electronic) customer data resides on storage, is processed on servers, and accessed across a network. If you do not know where your customer’s data is, or how it is physically being accessed, you are in violation of the GDPR regulation.

Nlyte provides you the ability to track within the physical IT infrastructure where the data resides, how it is transported from storage, server, to end user, and who has interacted with that infrastructure.

Download this solution brief to learn about GDPR fundamentals and how implementing our solution can manage this process for you.