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Fujitsu Launches Comprehensive GDPR Services to Help Organizations Comply with New EU Data Protection Regulations

Fujitsu EMEIA

News facts:
  • Organizations of all sizes should make an immediate start to ensure compliance with new EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) coming into effect in May 2018
  • GDPR-readiness requirements are expected to catch many companies by surprise
  • Initial fixed-price assessment from Fujitsu is a first step toward GDPR compliance
Munich, February 02, 2017

Fujitsu is launching a comprehensive portfolio of services to help organizations comply with the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). The new legislation, which will come into effect on May 25, 2018, introduces new obligations for all organizations – no matter where they are based – that store, process or analyze personal data of EU residents.

Fujitsu services related to the EU GDPR are aimed at helping organizations to be both aware of and prepared for the new obligations and requirements that the legislation brings. With GDPR, the EU is harmonizing existing national data protection regulations and defining a new and extended level of European Data Protection.

The starting point recommended by Fujitsu is to conduct an assessment of the relevant data held today, and where it resides. Together with industry-leading security partners, Fujitsu is offering professional assessments comprised of data inventory scans, to help discover existing GDPR-related data.

By May 2018, businesses around the globe must have established GDPR-compliant policies to process personal data, including how they handle data deletion. GDPR will also bring a set of obligatory steps that include reporting data breaches within 72 hours and notifying affected individuals. These are all areas where Fujitsu is able to provide professional support, including contingency measures and establishing both GDPR-related strategies and clearly defined processes in how to detect and react to data breaches. The penalty for ignoring GDPR and its obligations is a potential fine of up to EUR 20 million or up to four percent of global annual turnover, whichever is the greater, for failure to comply.

Rob Norris, VP Enterprise & Cyber Security at Fujitsu EMEIA, said: “We believe that GDPR readiness will oblige organizations to carry out thorough preparation, to set up the processes necessary for compliance, as well as supporting alignment of their systems and services with GDPR’s requirements. It is a sweeping set of legislation: GDPR will apply to organizations of all sizes and in all industry sectors – not just those within the EU, but also organizations from outside the EU who process and handle EU citizens’ data.”

Fujitsu is introducing a wide-ranging set of dedicated consultancy and professional services – from readiness reviews through to implementation and managed security services – to help organizations be ready for the GDPR – and to avoid the potential of large fines for lack of compliance, as well as the loss of trust from their customers.

Pricing and availability

Fujitsu offers an initial GDPR assessment, a fixed price service providing organizations with a readiness assessment before the legislation comes into effect. Subsequent services for more detailed analysis and implementation or remediation work depend on organizations’ requirements, the size of the organization, its application landscape and complexity, and business priorities.

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A propos de Fujitsu

Fujitsu est l’entreprise japonaise leader des technologies de l'information et de la communication (TIC), offrant un éventail complet de produits, de solutions et de services à sa clientèle. Environ 140.000 employés de Fujitsu se consacrent à leurs clients dans plus de 100 pays. Ils utilisent leur expérience et les possibilités offertes par les TIC pour façonner l’avenir de la société à leurs côtés. Fujitsu Limited (TSE: 6702) a annoncé un chiffre d’affaires consolidé de 4.100 milliards de yens (39 milliards de dollars US) pour l'exercice financier qui s'est terminé le 31 mars 2018. Pour plus d'informations, veuillez consulter le site

About Fujitsu EMEIA

Fujitsu enables customers to capitalize on digital opportunities with confidence, by helping them to balance robust ICT and digital innovation. Fujitsu’s full portfolio of products, solutions and services gives its customers a competitive advantage in the era of digital transformation. In Europe, the Middle East, India and Africa (EMEIA) the company employs more than 29,000 people. For more information, please see

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Date: 02 February, 2017
City: Munich
Company: Fujitsu Region