In Europe, a new regulation on data protection will be enforced from 25 May 2018.
This regulation involves the organization and procedure of the company processing personal data.
So the implication for Tryton is to provide means to help companies to respect the goals of the regulation.
For a large part, Tryton already follow the best practices for security: hashed password, login attempt limitation, limited access rights, logging etc.
Here is a list of features topics that would help companies using Tryton to respect the GDPR: