What Does GDPR Mean for Linux/UNIX and IT Operations?

On-Demand Webinar

What Does GDPR Mean for Linux/UNIX and IT Operations?

UNIX, Linux
Recorded:
May 22, 2018

 

The EU’s new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is all about data—who can store it, access it, and process it. At most organizations, this affects operations staff and systems.

Beginning on May 25, 2018, you’re responsible for maintaining appropriate systems access controls if you provide any of the following:

  • Dynamic private cloud services to your organizations using VMware, OpenStack, or generic KVM
  • Multi-tenancy outsourced data center facilities
  • Customers’ virtual infrastructure

GDPR’s requirements apply even if you have administrative account control of your organization’s access and use of public clouds like AWS, Azure, or Google Cloud.

Your new legal obligations under GDPR will require rigorous active enforcement policies regarding staff access to systems, virtual machines, and instances. Join this live webinar to learn what you need to know to prepare yourself and your organization for success.

We’ll cover:

  • What GDPR means for data center management
  • How new parallel GDPR responsibilities will change your data center operations
  • GDPR’s impact on dynamic or elastic cloud provisioning
  • How to assign roles to groups or clusters of systems as you provision them
  • Mandatory access enforcement and tracking of privilege escalation
  • Controlling support and business-critical application process teams (either yours or your customers’)
Are you prepped for GDPR success?

Learn how BoKS ServerControl can help you remain GDPR compliant through access management of your Linux/UNIX systems by requesting a demo today.