As a result of digitalisation, information has become the hard currency of today. Ever more people are realising the benefit of trading information about customers, members and users, and many individuals also see the risks with how personal information can be used as a trading commodity.
Demands on those who process personal data are increasing due to the new legislation in the area, GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation), which enters into force in May 2018, with enhanced rights for those who are registered. Security demands will become clearer – and the consequences of violating the law may be extremely painful.
There are few companies and organisations that are not affected by the personal data processing regulations. The risk of doing something wrong is large – and doing something wrong will become much more expensive. Be sure to reduce your risk exposure by processing your personal data in a legislatively compliant manner.
We are here to help you. We know data integrity. We have very long experience of working with the processing of personal data, we teach courses in the area, and are able to assist with the review that is required to ensure that your business satisfies current and future legislative requirements. Feel free to contact us!