GDPR/RODO Personal Data Protection Regulation
Prepare your business for the change
The new regulations have been in force since 25 May 2018.
What is GDPR/RODO?
Who is affected and what changes it brings?
The General Data Protection Regulation also known as GDPR, is intended to apply to any company processing personal data of European Union citizens.
The consequences of not complying with the new regulation can be costly both operationally and in terms of image. That is why your company should start preparing for the implementation of GDPR now.
On this page you will find out what the new regulation is and what new obligations it entails.
What should I know about GDPR?
What is GDPR?
This Regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council of the European Union introduces new regulations on the protection of users with regard to the processing of personal data.
Which countries are concerned?
The GDPR unifies the regulations on the protection of personal data throughout the European Union
Which entities are concerned?
The regulations are to apply to all entities which offer goods and services to European Union citizens or which collect and analyse data related to EU citizens.
The Regulation introduces high penalties for unlawful processing of personal data and for failure to comply with the new obligations.
What kind of changes is GDPR introducing?
- New obligations for data controllers
- New rights for people whose data are being processed
- New obligations for large-scale data processing
- New amounts of penalties for failure to comply with the obligations
- Stricter sanctions for personal data breaches
- New powers of the supervisory authority which may penalise the processor of the data
What new responsibilities will your company face?
- Establishment of contingency plans in case of detection of data breach incidents
- In the cases provided by the act, the appointment of a Data Protection Officer
- Alignment of consent clauses with new regulations
- Preparing the IT environment for GDPR
- Preparation of procedures and internal policy for the processing of personal data in the company
- Training for staff responsible for data processing
Who in your organisation should get acquainted with GDPR?
- Administrators of Information Security
- Dyrektorzy i managerowie ds. CRM i IT.
- E-commerce specialists
- Complience employees. Marketing, sales and HR employees
- Managers of data processing projects
- Company in-house lawyers
- Entities processing personal data on request (so-called processors).
- Any other person involved in the protection or processing of personal data.
How can we help your company?
We provide a universal solution
GDPR, under which:
GDPR EN 1
We will audit your IT structure for the new GDPR regulations.
GDPR EN 2
We will equip your IT environment with tools supporting GDPR requirements such as: communication with the customer, register of processing activities, submission of information on violations and others
GDPR EN 3
We will implement tailored to your needs technical solutions that will allow you to fully secure the processed data.
GDPR EN 4
We will provide you with continuous monitoring of data processing systems and the implementation of tools to alert you to possible breaches
GDPR EN 5
We will provide you with regular security reports of the implemented IT structure.