What do the journalists facing the biggest data leak in history and companies preparing for the new EU General Data Protection Regulation have in common? The answer is they both face colossal challenges when it comes to processing, searching and understanding vast amounts of structured and unstructured data.
The Panama Papers involved over 1.5 million documents, totalling 2.6 terabytes of data. Everyday organisations across Europe are faced with the same challenge of gaining insights from mountains of data, which now falls under stricter data protection and privacy rules due to the new EU GDPR. Before you can protect your data you need to understand where it is, identify what is happening with it and be able to manage compliance requests.
Join our seminar on June 14th 2016 at the House of Industry in Copenhagen to learn more about how organisations can leverage technology to solve their big data challenges and ensure compliance with the EU GDPR.