Quartz: Complying with Europe’s GDPR will be a “matter of survival” for Indian IT firms

Access Partnership's Senior Public Policy Manager Ryan Johnson spoke to Quartz on the effect of GDPR on Indian companies. Read the full article here.

Access Partnership’s Senior Public Policy Manager Ryan Johnson spoke to Quartz on the effect of GDPR on Indian companies: “The first companies to be affected will be any outsourcing firms that deal with the EU, as well as the software firms that have personnel in the EU and in India. In addition to the internal compliance issues, a lot of their contracts will need to be amended to reflect GDPR standards, both for vendors and clients. It will also change the kind of products that customers will want, as they change their IT environments to ensure compliance.” Read the full article here.

 

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