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  2. Even if Your Business is Not Located in the EU The General Data Protection Regulation is a new set of rules amended to the current Data Projection Act that will soon be mandated for those businesses dealing with European consumers. On May 25, 2018 the regulation insists on safeguarding the personal information of all citizens of European Union member states. While many businesses are already aligned with the specifications, it's important to make sure your business has everything covered. Checkout for more info. This article takes a look at what you need to have in place in order to avoid being found in violation of the GDPR. The truth is these new rules are aimed at large companies who deal in information as a source of revenue. Smaller businesses aren't likely to be penalized the 4% of worldwide gross or 20 million Euros that large corporations will if they're found in violation.

  3. If you're worried about having a mountain of work ahead of you to prepare, you shouldn't be. If you're unsure if you will be affected look for these key signals: 1. You deal in information as a commodity; 2. You request user's data when they complete a purchase and use the data elsewhere or store it; 3. You deal with one or more European countries. If the answer is no to both then you will be fine! So what can you do just in case? So what can you do just in case? Here's 10 steps your business can take to be best prepared for the GDPR, even if you are not physically located in the EU. 1. If your website has an online form that incudes a pre-checked box giving permission to receive promotional emails from 3rd parties, this box now needs to be unchecked.

  4. 2. If your business conducts any form of list-building, ensure everyone on that list has given explicit permission to be in it. Under the Canadian PIPEDA, it was enough to have implied permission; however, if any EU residents are in your database, the rules are much more firm that provides subscribers with the right to obtain the information stored on them. 3. Make sure your entire staff is aware of the new rules. Circulate a memo to all personnel with a follow-up meeting where the points are reviewed. Asking a few questions to key players whose roles would be most affected by the new rules is a great way to ensure they're aware of what they need to do. 4. Audit all stored client/customer info and track where you got it from and where it's been used. Keep a record of every bit of info and who you may have passed it to at any time, and document the relationship and reasoning. 5. Update your privacy policy so it includes the reasoning for retaining any user data, how it is legally used, and how users can contact your business if they feel their user information is in any way being misused.

  5. 6. Have a clear method in place to address requests for erasing a user's data. Under the DPA, users already had certain rights but the GDPR takes it further with information rights pertaining to their data stored by your business. SeerscoHave a look atfor more info on this. Summary: Seers is a One-stop shop for data protection solutions. They have best data protection experts with discounted fee and free state-of-art software solutions assisted by Artificial Intelligence Visit this site to learn more: