Get help with the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)

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General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) gives EU citizens greater control over their personal data with an assurance of greater security for their data. However, organizations across Europe are on a tight rope over their data storage and privacy procedures, and are rushing to implement data security safeguards throughout their infrastructure. Sophos can help your efforts to comply with the GDPR and minimize the risk of a fine by keeping your data and devices secure.

Stop hacking and malware

Stop advanced threats and malicious traffic at your perimeter with Sophos Firewall. Proactively detect malicious behaviors occurring on the host with Sophos Intercept X and Sophos Intercept X for Server. Enable coordinated isolation, detection, and malware remediation across servers, endpoints, and firewalls with Sophos Synchronized Security. Get 24/7 monitoring, detection, and response capabilities by expert threat hunters and security experts as a fully-managed service with Sophos Managed Threat Response.


Secure lost or stolen devices

Protect your data in lost or stolen devices, verify device encryption status, and demonstrate compliance with full disk encryption for Windows and macOS from Sophos Encryption. Flexible compliance rules in Sophos Mobile monitor device health and can automatically deny access to sensitive data in case of a compromised device.


Reduce impact of human error

Test and train users to identify and report phishing, credential harvesting, or attachment attacks with Sophos Phish Threat. Keep data secure even if it goes somewhere it isn’t meant to with Sophos Encryption’s full disk encryption for Windows and macOS.




Read the Compliance Card for more details on how Sophos solutions help your efforts to stay compliant.

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General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR): A Refresher

The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is effective from 25 May 2018. It affects all organizations that hold personal data on EU citizens, regardless of where the organization is based in the world. The consequences of a data breach can be severe. Potential fines under the GDPR range up to €20m or 4% of worldwide annual turnover – whichever is higher.



This is not an exhaustive review of all elements of the Regulation, nor is it legal advice. Please consult your own legal experts if required.

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