For those of you getting to grips with changes to your data protection policies #GDPR compliance and ensuring a #disasterrecoveryplan can live up to its name this is my response to a recent post about GDPR expertise:
From my viewpoint as a data disaster recovery operations manager a real GDPR advisor understands the regulations and can help apply them and comply when there is a data loss / disaster.
R3 do not advertise who we work for, but suffice to say our clients in even the largest, most regulated, data sensitive, confidential and financially secure organisations can lose data despite infrastructure that is intended to have protection built in.
Everyone who stores data needs to consider why they store it and the implications of if it becomes lost, stolen or inaccessible.
GDPR policies along with the Security House lab and R3 engineers is part of a response to the battle we all face to protect data, protect identities, protect prosperity, protect society.
We are in a war - those who do not recognise their part in the machine of war need to wake up.
The R3 team have built the last defence for data loss - everyone else should be putting in processes, resources and training to ensure R3 is not needed, but if we are needed they know to have the R3 Data Recovery Hospital details ready 0800 999 3282 or 079 3282 4264 email@example.com
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