Automotive viewpoint: How dealerships can streamline GDPR compliance, while minimising data breach and supply chain risks
In the new world of GDPR how can the Automotive industry take positive steps to manage, store and protect an individuals personally identifiable information (PII)? The reality is all organisations are facing the increased threat of a data breach incident and so need to take proactive steps to protect both the business and their customers. Protecting an individuals identity is of paramount importance and a responsibility all organisations should take to ensure they align to regulation, and more importantly put the individual at the heart of the business priorities. What are the crucial considerations and who should drive this cultural change through the dealership and their third party supply chain? Ultimately, understanding consumer sentiments on the topic of managing personal data and identifying the key components of a data breach readiness plan can support the organisation to maintain trust, but respond with confidence when a data breach incident happens.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: June 1, 2019
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