What you need to know about GDPR

Whats is GDPR ?

All you need to know about GDPR

On 25 April 2017, the General data protection Regulations were put online. However, there were implemented as of 25 May 2018.

What is a personal data?

A personal data is an information that allows to identify directly or indirectly a natural person.

Who is concerned by GDPR?

GDPR is applied throughout the European Union. That means that if your registered office or core target are located in a EU country, then you are concerned by the GDPR, whether you are a small or a large structure.

What does it imply?

Internet users may be defended by an association to stop unlawful data processing.

Companies have to:

  • Collect a clear and explicit written consent from the Internet user before any processing of personal data;
  • Ensure that minors have received parental consent before registering, for example on a social network.

Internet users have the right to:

  • Be forgotten, to obtain the removal of personal data in the event of a breach of privacy;
  • Data portability, for the transfer of data from one system to another;
  • Be informed in case of data hacking.

What are the risks?

In the event of non-compliance with the General Data Protection Regulations, the person responsible shall be liable to a fine of up to 4% of his worldwide turnover for the legal entity and up to 5 years’ imprisonment for the natural person.

What are the solutions?

We offer you a 9-point diagnosis: from port scanning to data access control, we review your website to identify vulnerabilities and we evaluate their severity.

We carry out upgrades and assist you in bringing your entire system into compliance to meet the requirements of the GDPR.

We provide awareness training on the GDPR. It is essential for any site manager to understand the risks and adopt the right reflexes.

For more information, contact us at contact@bbnd.eu, or through our contact form.

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