GDPR refers to the General Data Protection Regulation, a European commissioned regulation which enforces the protection of data within the European Union and regulates the personal data flowing outside of the EU. The GDPR serves to protect the privacy of EU citizens whilst unifying the rules and procedures that EU members follow. The GDPR replaces the Data Protection Directive of 1995.
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GDPR also extends its reach and protective regulations to countries outside of the European countries, if such countries have access to personal data of EU citizens. It has become increasingly important for businesses across the world to ensure their practices are compliant with GDPR, particularly if their business involves any data being sourced from EU countries. Subsequently, all IT professionals, regardless of location, will have to understand GDPR and how this will impact the operations of the organisations they work for.