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What is GDPR?

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a new digital privacy regulation being introduced on the 25th May, 2018. It standardizes a wide range of different privacy legislation’s across the EU into one central set of regulations that will protect users in all member states.

Put simply, this means companies will now be required to build in privacy settings into their digital products and websites – and have them switched on by default. Companies also need to regularly conduct privacy impact assessments, strengthen the way they seek permission to use the data, document the ways they use personal data and improve the way they communicate data breaches.

And, because it’s a regulation and not a directive, it is legally binding – meaning it cannot be opted out of, or ignored.

The EU’s new approach to online privacy puts individuals first, believing they should be protected and empowered, rather than exploited or ignored.

This new approach to data protection is the EU’s way of keeping companies big and small more accountable for their actions. EU regulators believe that companies have been exploiting personal data for their own gain and aren’t being transparent about how they were using it.

Why introducing GDPR now?

The main reason for introducing is because the current EU data privacy regulations are still based on a document that was first adopted in 1980 (later updated in 1995). This means that the data privacy principles that the EU works are outdated on don’t include considerations for social media, smartphones, or even advanced web technology (i.e Artificial Intelligence, Virtual Reality, etc). Plus, the current regulation is only a directive, so companies (and countries) could easily opt-out.

While consistency in data privacy regulations across Europe should be good news for all marketers, GDPR also comes with quite a few challenges that impact marketing teams – especially marketing teams that communicate to customers based in the EU.

How to compy?

This new approach to data protection is the EU’s way of keeping companies big and small more accountable for their actions. EU regulators believe that companies have been exploiting personal data for their own gain and aren’t being transparent about how they were using it.

What are the steps?

  1. Understanding how the new compliance obligations sit with existing data protection duties.Learn quickly and easily where the law is changing and what it means for you.
  2. Analysis & Planning
    • GAP Analusis
    • Privacy Impact Assesment
    • Risk assessment
    • Consulttancy
    • Pleaaning of the necessary technological measures
  3. Implementation
    • Define - Create and / or update internal rules
    • Development - verification of changes in the IT environment and data sets, business processes, internal controls, organization of work and accountability
    • Implementation - Testing the created rules and the developments
    • Internal Audit - General Verification of Compliance with GDPR Requirements

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