What has Google done ahead of GDPR?
Effective on May 25th 2018, the EU is implementing an extensive data protection regulation (GDPR) that provides EU residents greater freedom over their personal data and how it is collected and used.
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To provide state of the art data processing Google must employ a complex multi-layered security network. Firstly, Google’s data centers are geographically dispersed. Therefore, ensuring that no regional conflicts affect Google’s ability to process data. Secondly, Google applies the principle of least-privilege and need-to-know to ensure that internal leaks are protected against. Also, Google uses HTTPS encryption to protect data at all points in the data chain. Finally, Google scans for software vulnerabilities using a combination of internal tools and the greater security community through a bug bounty program.
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