Compliance has been slow, enforcement has been lax, and organizations are finding that learning about data origin, residence and use can be hugely daunting and difficult.
The enforcement of the GDPR is the responsibility of national data protection authorities, together forming the European Data Protection Board, Wigand explained.
“The only company that I’ve seen that’s a big news story as far as GDPR enforcement was that fine that they imposed on Google,” said Matt Hayes, vice president of SAP Business at Attunity, a data management company.
Despite the slow enforcement of the law, many organizations have made changes to their data practices, which has led to structural, technical, and cultural changes within organizations.
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