On the 25th of may of this year, new European privacy regulation (GDPR) will take effect. At the beginning of this year, it is time your organization assesses whether it is sufficiently prepared and understand the consequences of non-compliance.

Regarding Privacy

Core Topics

What is going on

Two days ago the Dutch ministry of justice has released a manual for the application of the GDPR (in dutch AVG). For most organization the implications of this new privacy legislation has been vague at best. While this manual provides somewhat clear instruction for the lawyers and the Data Protection Offices within your organization, it can be complex to envision what the practical consequences for your organization are.

What does it mean?

From a practical point of view it is essential to create and maintain some procedures that ensure that you have consent for the data you p(r)ocess.
There are however some tips and tricks you can implement to make sure you work your way towards compliance.

Are you prepared?
  • Are you ready to deal with end user requests to be forgotten?
  • How do you relay these requests to third party applications your organization uses?
  • Do you know what personal data you process?
  • Do you have consent for the data you process?
  • What procedure do you follow in case of a data-breach?
  • Do you know who has access to personal data in your organization?
Help me out!

At Moddix we believe that several aspects of the legislation will affect the way you create, maintain and secure your applications. To share the sense of urgency we feel towards this issue we would like to ask you how much time it will take your organization to collect all the personal data you and your partners have stored about one of your customers.
In the coming period Moddix will focus on helping organizations with compliance issues. If you or your organization are unsure about what the ramifications of this new European legislation are, leave your contact details in the form and we will get back to you.

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