On April 20th, our experts will take part in the conference on “Human Resources in the Age of Digital Transformation”. Mr Tomasz Radomski, Sales Director at Apollogic, will give a presentation on “The cloud: a benefit or disadvantage in managing processes and human resources in our companies?”. Mr Łukasz Radomski, Apollogic’s CEO, will participate in the discussion panel on “New Personal Data Protection Law based on GDPR and RODO – Implications for HR.”
GDPR/RODO – new European Union company regulations
As of May 25, 2018, any company processing European Union citizens personal data will have to meet new obligations in connection with the GDPR/RODO regulation. These are the new regulations imposed by the European Union, related to personal data protection.
Analyses of the new law impact on business clearly indicate that adapting to the requirements of GDPR/RODO will be a long-term process. It assumes not only organisational changes but also technical changes in the company structure. In consequence, the effects of non-observance of new obligations may be very costly, both in the operational sense and as in view of the influence on company image. Penalties imposed by the European Union can reach as much as 4% of the company’s total turnover, though no more than € 20 million.
That is why it is crucial in this context to ensure that companies prepare for the change as quickly as possible and to make sure that adopted procedures are safe. Our universal solution will help, ensuring:
- Audit of IT infrastructure and company processes,
- Providing the environment with IT tools to support the security of personal data acquisition, data security, processing and flow.
Apollogic’s solution provides a registry of activities with defined monitoring rules and forwarding classified information on breach of obligations.
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- On 24/04/2017