One of the key pain points for a number of Edgile’s clients is simply keeping pace with the shifting and often rising compliance bar. Whether it’s GDPR or NY DFS Cyber Security, clients are finding that their historical approach to build a stand-alone program for each new law, regulation or standard is untenable.
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