Data Controller, Data Processor, Joint Controller, just some GDPR related terms. Do you know the difference? And when do you need a Data Protection Officer and should this be an internal employee or can you hire an external party? What does it mean for your marketing department, what can and can they not do? How do you have to report a data breach? and more important, how can you prevent a data breach from happening?
The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) replaces the Data Protection Directive 95/46/EC and therefore it became law. It specifies requirements for the protection of individuals with regard to processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data. Data protection is a fundamental right and the GDPR has given rights to data subjects and obligations to controllers and processors.
Since 25th may 2018 the General data Protection Regulation is enforced by the European Commission. Organisations that are not compliant could now face heavy fines. Implementing the Regulation and to stay Compliant is a complex cyclical process.
Huntion Data Privacy & Protection can assist your organisation to become and stay compliant.
Huntion B.V. has a Private Investigations License from the Dutch Ministry of Justice and Security (POB 1556).