WHAT IS GDPR?

GDPR is an acronym of the European Union's Personal Data Protection Act that came into law on 25 May 2018.

The new obligations imposed by the Regulation will affect everyone who operate personal data, but especially those that operate sensitive data (medical clinics, pharmacies, school institutions, notaries and lawyers, hotels, etc.) or those that operate with such data for business purposes (recruitment companies, online stores, etc.).
These obligations are extremely constraining, as the fines imposed by the new Regulation in case of non-observance of not respecting these obligations are up to 10 million euro or, in the case of an enterprise, up to 2% of the turnover.

GDPR - WHAT DOES IT AIM TO ACHIEVE?

DECREASING THE VOLUME OF PERSONAL DATA COLLECTED

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ERASEING UNNECESSARY PERSONAL DATA COLLECTED

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RESTRICTING ACCESS TO PERSONAL DATA

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PERSONAL DATA SECURITY MEASURES

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GDPR COMPLIANCE FEATURES WE OFFER:

What we offer through our service?

WHAT TO DO STARTING 25 MAY 2018?

There is no universal answer to this question. It all depends on the nature of the business, the type of data collected, the way that data is used etc.

There are legal entities who will be required to designate a person for the role of a Data Protection Officer (DPO), while others have no such obligation. For some operations with personal data, the prior consent of the person concerned is required, for others not.

Consequently, the first thing to do is an audit to address the incidence of the Regulation on how to collect, archive or use personal data, followed by taking the necessary action to align with set regulation.

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