Within the sphere of cybersecurity, significant strides were made as the European Union (EU) introduced an innovative legislative tool called the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), unveiled on May 25, 2018.
This regulation highlights the EU's unified approach to bolster the control of its citizens over their personal details, while synchronizing numerous security methods across all EU nations under a single common benchmark. Corporations all over the world dealing with sensitive details of EU inhabitants need to adhere to the GDPR guidelines. This prerequisite equally applies to American companies that offer services to clients based in the EU.
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