How will GDPR affect your customers?
The new regulation applies horizontally to any controller and, of course, to all businesses processing personal data irrespective of the sector, economic activity and size.
The new regulation significantly increases company’s obligations regarding the management of personal data, and in cases of noncompliance, the size of the potential fines (up to 20 million € or 4% of world turnover – whichever is higher) places it very high on the agenda of the management of each company. There are clearly a number of key critical areas to observe in your approach to ensure GDPR compliance.
Plenty of obligations can be resolved fairly simply and quickly but others are quite more complicated and demanding
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GDPR Compliance Solutions by Industry
interworks.cloud is offering industry-specific solutions to help your customers cover their special needs no matter the nature of the data they are processing or exchanging. Every industry/business sector is a different case for our Cloud experts that should be examined with great attention in order to provide the right solution that will make your customer fully General Data Protection Regulation compliant .
Patient Contact information, genetic data, bio metric data and any data concerning health should be protected according to the General Data Protection Regulation. Data processed in the healthcare industry are sensitive data that in no case can be managed or exchanged through unsafe channels. interworks.cloud offers solutions that will keep this data safe and accessible only by the authorized users.
Small businesses process and exchange a huge volume of customer data as a part of their daily workflow processes like project management, financials, marketing and human resource management. The process-related data should be safe to ensure the business continuity while the customer related data should be encrypted and exchanged through a GDPR compliant Cloud or on premises infrastructure.
The exchange of money and financial data through digital channels is the key reason why professional accountants should be the first to comply with General Data Protection Regulation. Personal tax, bookkeeping, payroll, financial and accounting data should be secure and protected by the threat of loss, phishing or unauthorized access.
Data processing lies in every aspect of the Insurance Industry daily processes. Apart from the risk analysis that is the core of the initial structure of customer insurance plans, data are also collected, processed and stored every time there is an application for claims and benefits. All these data should be encrypted and managed carefully through a secure and compliant infrastructure.
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When is the GDPR coming into effect?
The GDPR was approved and adopted by the EU Parliament in April 2016. The regulation will take effect after a twoyear transition period and, unlike a Directive it does not require any enabling legislation to be passed by government; meaning it will be in force May 2018.
Who does the GDPR affect?
The GDPR not only applies to organisations located within the EU but it will also apply to organisations located outside
Read more link to https://www.eugdpr.org/gdpr-faqs.html