So you've been hacked. Now what?


The session explores how Drupal, in general, can help you with the GDPR compliance constraints, covering the various pillars of GDPR, including privacy, handling of security issues, agreements, data portability, traceability, etc.

It will match GDPR requirements with API usage patterns, and cover how the contribution space can help, including (but not only) the fast-evolving GDPR module. It will also provide clues to the next frontier after GDPR: ePrivacy, currently expected applicability in May 2019.


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