Privacy and GDPR

In April 2016, the European Union (EU) passed a regulation on data protection and privacy within EU territories. The law enforces that all sites that collect or process information collected from citizens or peoples within the EU must comply with the EU standards of disclosing how information is collected, how it is processed, and how long the information is stored on their systems. This law extends to websites and how they operate as well.

Organisations must also the 6 bases of how information is processed:- (consent, contract, public task, vital interest, legitimate interest or legal requirements). Failure to do so may result in a fine of up to EUR 20 Million, and/or a fine equal to 4% of your total revenue.

Privacy and GDPR

In April 2016, the European Union (EU) passed a regulation on data protection and privacy within EU territories. The law enforces that all sites that collect or process information collected from citizens or peoples within the EU must comply with the EU standards of disclosing how information is collected, how it is processed, and how long the information is stored on their systems. This law extends to websites and how they operate as well.

Organisations must also the 6 bases of how information is processed:- (consent, contract, public task, vital interest, legitimate interest or legal requirements). Failure to do so may result in a fine of up to EUR 20 Million, and/or a fine equal to 4% of your total revenue.

How does it affect my site?

Some organisations may not be aware, but so long as a site is offered and accessible to users in the EU/EEA territories and collects their personal data, it is susceptible to the EU laws and liable to penalties even though they may have no offerings within the EU.

It is important to be aware of the ongoing developments of the GDPR and how it may continue to affect your organisation. Avoid situations and unnecessary liabilities.

At CX Vibrancy all our staff are updated on the latest legislation and how to deal with them effectively. How your site is programmed to process, store and secure the data from hackers is paramount to staying compliant.

How does it affect my site?

Some organisations may not be aware, but so long as a site is offered and accessible to users in the EU/EEA territories and collects their personal data, it is susceptible to the EU laws and liable to penalties even though they may have no offerings within the EU.

It is important to be aware of the ongoing developments of the GDPR and how it may continue to affect your organisation. Avoid situations and unnecessary liabilities.

At CX Vibrancy all our staff are updated on the latest legislation and how to deal with them effectively. How your site is programmed to process, store and secure the data from hackers is paramount to staying compliant.

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