The General Protection Data Regulation (GDPR) comes into force on 25th May 2018. This is a huge overhaul of Europe’s data protection rules. Since the rules were created in the 1990s, the amount of digital information we create, capture, and store has greatly increased. The old rules are no longer fit for purpose. The solution is the GDPR. It will change how businesses and public sector organisations can handle the information of customers. It also gives consumers greater control over the data.
Businesses face multiple challenges when deploying smart phones across their workforce. Without a successful mobile security strategy in place, your business or organisation could suffer financial, regulatory and reputational consequences that follows a serious data security breach.
How Mobile Device Management can help with GDPR compliance
Challenges businesses face:
- Mobile security threats
- Keeping personal and business data separate
- Visibility of app utilisation
- Keeping proper data audits
Mobile Device Management is essential to control the security and management of mobile devices including smartphones, tablets and laptops.
The benefit of Mobile Device Management is that it ensures functionality and security of devices in the workplace. It also protecting the business network and any business data that has been downloaded to the mobile device.
The GDPR will affect Mobile Device Management significantly, so it’s important for your business to plan its approach now.
At Crystaline, we offer Mobile Device Management software that allows you to manage all your business devices and to protect them against malware and viruses. Our solutions also monitor delivery of content, manage and configure devices remotely and continue to support your devices with updates. We can offer and advise on a range of Mobile Device Management security options. Find out more, here.
Talk to us for more information, 0344 846 4222.