To help your organization protect the personally identifiable information (PII) of resources, Clarity PPM includes data protection features. The availability of these new features coincides with the May 2018 General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) in the European Union. GDPR is also included in the United Kingdom Data Protection Act. Compliance is required from any international firm with ties to data in the European Union. GDPR data protection laws were enacted to provide EU citizens in all member states with greater control over their personal data. Businesses that compromise or misuse personal data are subject to possible fines. To mitigate these risks, including hacking, data breaches, and other cyber threats, Clarity PPM allows administrators to anonymize (randomize or scramble) specific PII data for inactive resources.