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The newly and updated consistent European regulation that commands the security of data about people living in the EU, by every organization that deal with data on people in the European Union, it doesn’t matter where that setup/businesses is located around the world.\n
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The newly and updated consistent European regulation that commands the security of data about people living in the EU, by every organization that deal with data on people in the European Union, it doesn’tmatter where that setup/businesses is located around the world.
Here are some reasons that the new GDPR is important:
It surely applies to each and every individual. It is applies in every individual or business who deal with data processes of people living in the European Union. Even the organization is not located inside the EU – it applies.
The GDRP has a very sky-high regulatory fines for avoiding the rules set by them. If your business or organization comes under its applicability, you cannot denied it.
It demands businesses to know and understand each and every part of organization regard data security. The businesses, who are dealing with data, will need to recognize where the data is being processed, who is processing and gathering it and demonstrate the ability of “erasure” on it no matter where it lives.
The General Data Protection Regulation take care of data transparency with people on how their data is being gathered and is utilized and introduces notification requirements when personal data is breached.
GDPR cares every data privacy process inside the organization that collects or process personal data on people and it covers both direct and indirect data identifiers in every data system.
You are running out of time. GDPR was signed into law just over a year ago and will be imposed starting May 25, 2018.
Ensure your employees understand GDRP and communicate with service and staff about why you are collecting the data.
Analyse a list of all sensitive data you store and process.
List what access rights should be granted and how changes should be handled.
Ensure your customers consent to you processing their data
Implement a procedure for handling data breaches
Carry out a data protection impact assessment
Determine whether you need a data protection officer
Do you need GDPR assistance, for the expert data privacy and security solution please visit GDPR Compliance UK.