General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a regulation, based on European Convention on Human Rights, created to protect the personal data of EU citizens across Europe. After being approved by the European Parliament in 2016, the GDPR came into effect, and as of May 25, 2018, every organization required to be compliant. According to GDPR, no personal data can be processed unless it is done as specified in the regulation or express consent from the data subject (personal data owner). GDPR also covers data stored in the past. Serious fines and sanctions await businesses that do not comply with the GDPR of the General Data Protection Regulation.
These personal data are:
- Name, address, identification number
- Location, IP address, cookie information, etc. internet data
- Physical appearance data and biometric data
- Race background information
- Political view
- Includes data such as medical data.
GDPR is one of the most comprehensive data privacy standard up to date and any organization in any country should comply with GDPR if processes the personal data of EU citizens. In other words, regardless of company location, organizations must be compliant if they process or manage the personal data of EU citizens.
Protection of personal data and privacy is our high priority and Procenne strictly comply with GDPR standards and act accordingly.