The new GDPR – General Regulation on Data Protection – was published on May 4, 2016 and becomes mandatory on May 25, 2018. This new regulation aims to guarantee the privacy and confidentiality of data of the citizens of the European Union. Here are some of the most important terms and their meaning, so that you can receive the new Regulation accordingly.
One of the biggest concerns of all companies is the protection of information. Never before the need to protect data was so evident. A study carried out by Forrester predicts that the global number of used smartphones will exceed 3.5 billion in 2020 and this massive use of mobile devices will boost the existence of computer attacks, compromising in large measure the privacy of each and every one. GDPR is right there and it is essential that companies are prepared to deal with the sensitive data they store and deal with every day. GDPR makes the difference between sensitive and non-sensitive data and it is important for organizations to know how to handle this data. In today’s article, we will explain what sensitive data are and we’ll give you 5 essential tips to deal with this type of information! Read More
May 25, 2018 will be very important for companies, as it is the day on which the new general data protection regulation comes into force with mandatory character. Companies need to be prepared to receive the new law accordingly; otherwise, they will be victims of the heavy fines that the new regulation contemplates. So, this is the time to answer the question: but what, after all, changes with the arrival of the GDPR?
Tic, tac, tic, tac: the clock doesn’t stop and the new General Regulation of Data Protection (GDPR) is right there! Companies must be prepared to receive the new law accordingly and ensure that they comply with all legal requirements, otherwise they will suffer the heavy fines that the new law contemplates. In today’s article, we’ve given you 10 steps to successfully implement GDPR!
The new Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) enters into force on May 25, 2018, with a mandatory nature. Companies need to be aware of all the requirements of this legislation in order to fulfill all their specifics and ensure that they are not “victims” of their huge fines. In today’s article, we will address the main curiosities about the new data protection regulation!
In May 2016, it was published a general regulation about Data Protection in the official Journal of the European Union. This new regulation revokes the current legislation on the protection of personal data, published in 1995, when internet access was not yet widespread.
The main objective of this regulation is to protect the privacy of citizens, and to ensure the free movement of personal data in the European Union. This new regulation aims to find answers to the challenges posed by the technological evolution that has happened in recent years.