General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)
Protection of privacy rights becomes increasingly important in our present society. This can for a large part be attributed to digitalization, a development in which information is more often processed in a digital form. Unfortunately, digitalization also entails risks. In order to safeguard our privacy, privacy regulations are established.
At the moment, privacy law undergoes a significant transformation that derives from the implementation of the GDPR. With the establishment of the GDPR, the entire European Union will be subject to the same privacy legislation. This greatly impacts enterprises, since they will have to deal with stricter requirements concerning data protection. The GDPR enhances the position of data subjects by granting them new rights and strengthening their established rights. Furthermore, organisations that process personal data will have more obligations. It is important for corporations to prepare for this change, all the more since the penalties for non-compliance with the GDPR will also become stricter.
Are you in need of advice regarding the transition to the GDPR? Do you want to have a compliance check performed, to make sure your company complies with the requirements deriving from the GDPR? Or are you concerned the protection of your own personal data is inadequate? Law & More has extensive knowledge concerning privacy law and will help you to structure your organisation in a way that is compliant with the GDPR.
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