What is GDPR?
In 2018, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) came into force. This regulation affects all companies that deal with personal data within the European Union.
In this respect, the GDPR aims to strengthen the rights of data subjects. In other words, it gives consumers effective control over the personal data they provide to a company at a certain point in time.
In this context, a data breach is defined as "a breach of security leading to the accidental or unlawful destruction, loss, alteration, unauthorised disclosure of, or access to, personal information transmitted, stored or processed".
Penalties for non-compliance
Microsoft Azure | GDPR
One of the requirements of GDPR is the ability to identify data and control who has access to it. In this regard, Microsoft Azure enables the management of user identities and credentials and access control through:
Office 365 | GDPR
To ensure identification and management of access to personal data, Office 365 provides:
MICROSOFT ENTERPRISE MOBILITY +SECURITY | GPDR
Already in its design, Microsoft incorporated industry-leading security features. Therefore, the transition to the new European legal framework is not as complicated as it could be.
In this regard, it has capabilities that enable it to ensure the integrity of personal data.
It can also manage what data is held, where it resides and can control how it is used and accessed by users. It is also able to establish effective security controls to prevent and detect vulnerabilities and incidents.
MICROSOFT SQL SERVER and AZURE SQL DATABASE | GDPR
In order to control access to the database and the administration of the use of the data, there are safeguards that allow authorisations at different levels:
For the protection of data against security threats, SQL Server and SQL Database are equipped with:
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