if you work with personal data,
Name, surname, phone number,e-mail address or physical address
Car registration number and model, car owner or insurance details
Racial or ethnic origin, political opinions, religious or philosophical beliefs, trade-union membership
Bank account, credit card number, expiration date or CCA number
Information about a person's health, blood type, disease history or sex life
Photo and video images, physical appearance or biometrical data
Passport or ID data: number, nationality, place of issue and date, or signature
Information about a person's income, property or cash flow
Information about a person's family members - name and surname of children or other information about family members
The General data protection regulation (GDPR) applies to any business that works with customer personal data. Regulation will be enforced on 2018 May 25 and it obligates new requirements for all business in terms of how to work with personal data. High fines will be introduced from up to 4% of annual turnover for non-compliance.
Watch the video about the General Data Protection Regulation and how to achieve compliance and therebyto save money, and maintain your reputation and customer base.
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With such a complex regulation, achieving compliance is likely to be a lengthy and complicated process. That’s why GEDERD has created an easy 3-step guide to achieve compliance by the time the regulation comes into effect.
- Quick and easy guidance towards compliance
- Your business risk calculator
- Free legal document package
- Easy and available technological solution
To get ready for the GDPR, follow our 3-step guide now
Take a test comprising 6 easy questions to understand your risk score and how urgently action is needed to comply.
Download a free legal document package that includes a basic GDPR compliance documentation and ready-made templates.
Answer the following six questions and find out your company's risk score. This will allow you to understand
how urgently action is needed in order to comply with the GDPR. The test results are anonymous.
Does your company collect any data on private individuals?
Customer or employee name, surname, e-mail address and phone number, credit card or passport data etc.
Are you aware how much, where and what kind of personal data your employees hold?
On paper, within e-mails, on desktop, hard drive, flash drives or in the cloud.
Do your agreements with employees include obligations and responisbilities regarding work with personal data?
Do your agreements with customers (or online shop forms) include terms and conditions relating to work with the person data?
Does your business have an internal policy regarding work with person data?
Do you have any IT solution for secure work with personal data?
A solution or software that controls access to data, allows you to set employee access rights to data, trace data flow, monitor data security and receive notifications about data breaches.
Your risk score
Your company ratio indicates serious deficiencies in work with person data
! Without taking any action to remedy the deficiencies, your company is in danger of
losing money and damaging reputation !
Your result indicates some deficiencies in work with person data
Look over your existing processes and remedy the deficiencies to be GDPR compliant.
A solution for achieving compliance
In order to avoid spending time and money on consulting lawyers, we offer you to obtain all the necessary legal documents in one place and
completely free of charge - sample contracts with clients, employees and partners; powers of attorney; terms and conditions on work with data;
processes and rules that must be signed and stored by your company.
If you don’t take any action to remedy non-compliance, your company
is in danger of losing money and its reputation!
Our GDPR-certified IT solution fulfills the main requirements of the new regulation
for data management, control and security. It is easy to install and flexible in cooperating with your
existing IT solutions and hardware.
Now you know what
steps to take to achieve
If your company works with specific IT systems and/or with particularly important data, there might be additional
actions or requirements necessary to achieve full GDPR compliance.