The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) requires businesses to better protect an individual’s personal data. Ensuring that an individual’s data is trusted, secure, and governed can build better customer experiences and, ultimately, improve business outcomes. Non-Compliance can attract stringent fines.Let's speak on what we can do to make your business GDPR Compliant
The GDPR will bring important changes once it becomes mandatory in 2018. Find out to whom it applies to and what are the changes for data controllers and processors.
The term data subject appears very often in the GDPR. The regulation is meant to give them more rights. But what exactly is a data subject and who can become one?
Personal data is a sensitive subject within the GDPR. Whether you are a data controller/processor or a data subject, you need to know what is personal data according to the Regulation.
The GDPR puts a strong emphasis on individual rights. Find out what they are, how you can exercise them as a EU citizen and how to enforce them as an organization.
Consent has always been important for data processing. Under the GDPR consent becomes harder to get and easier to revoke. Find out how consent works under the Regulation.
The GDPR strongly emphasizes data protection encouraging security ‘by design and by default’. A lot is left to the choice of each organization, but some recommendations exist.
Whether you are a data processor, or a data controller, it is important that you know your obligations under this new Regulation.
See whether your organization needs to appoint a data protection officer, and what his role in the company will be.
The non-compliance fines are established on a tiered system, and depend on the gravity of the damage, or on the obligations breached.
These are the institutions in charge of providing your organization with advice and clarifications, as well as to apply the fines, if this is the case.
The GDPR enables codes of conduct and certifications as a means to prove GDPR compliance to regulators and data subjects.
Here is an action plan to be applied in order for your business to become GDPR compliant and help you get a head start in front of your competition.