What does the EU GDPR serve, and who/ where does the GDPR apply? GDPR Rep digs into the details.
The EU GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) serves to protect the fundamental rights and freedoms of individuals, particularly their right to privacy, with respect to the processing of personal data. It does this by establishing a framework for the lawful processing of personal data, and by giving individuals certain rights over their personal data.
The GDPR applies to all organisations that process personal data of individuals in the EU, regardless of where the organization is located. This means that even organisations outside of the EU must comply with the GDPR if they process personal data of individuals in the EU. In this blog, Clive Mackintosh, Founder of GDPR Rep, experts in GDPR Representative services explains the key requirements of the EU GDPR.
The GDPR sets out a number of key requirements for organisations that process personal data, including:
The GDPR also introduces a number of new rights for individuals, including the right to:
The GDPR is a complex piece of legislation, but it is designed to protect the privacy of individuals and to give them more control over their personal data. If you are an organisation that processes personal data, it is important to understand the GDPR and to put in place measures to comply with it.
Here are some of the benefits of the EU GDPR:
The EU GDPR is a significant piece of legislation that has had a major impact on the way organisations handle the personal data of EU citizens. It is important for
organisations to understand the GDPR and to put in place measures to comply with it. If you are looking into how your organisation can fulfil its requirements why not schedule a no-commitment call with a GDPR representative expert today, or get a quote to understand how our value pricing makes compliance simple.