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GDPR: consultancy, risk analysis and regulatory compliance
Friday, 25 May 2018

Legal, organizational and technological advice for compliance with the GDPR

On 25 May, with the entry into force of the European Regulation EU-GDPOR 679/2016, the Privacy scenario is about to change radically. In fact, important innovations have been introduced that will impact on the organizational and IT structure of Companies, Professional Firms, Public Administrations, Associations and Bodies of various kinds.

Compared to the current Privacy Code of 2003 dlg 196, which is almost totally replaced, the GDPR introduces new figures such as the DPO (Data Protection Officer or Security Manager) and changes the roles and responsibilities of the current ones Owners and Data Processors . It is therefore necessary to check the situation in advance, to be sure to comply with the requirements of the legislation when it comes into force, in order to avoid penalties, both administrative and criminal, which may go up to 20 million € uro or 4% of turnover.

Kiosk has prepared a specific Intervention Program for the implementation of all the procedures envisaged by the New European Privacy Regulation (GDPR).

 

ADJUSTMENT STEPS

The steps that are necessary in order to adopt the appropriate measures for the new EU-GDPR Regulation are substantially:

  • RISK ANALYSIS
  • APPOINTMENT OF MANAGERS, INCLUDING THE DPO
  • DOCUMENT THE MEASURES TAKEN AND KEEP THEM UPDATED
  • ADAPT THE INFRASTRUCTURE
  • TRAIN THE STAFF
  • NOTIFY AUTHORITIES IN THE EVENT OF VIOLATION

 

Is your company compliant with the GDPR?

Kiosk provides specialized consultancy and analysis, aimed at defining and selecting the best solutions and infrastructures necessary for adaptation.

Talk to one of our specialists. Don’t wait too long!

Call 0131-250313

 

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