Under this concept, privacy should no longer be a minor part of a project, but a guiding principle. Do you, for example, develop CRM-software? Enquiry with a privacy legal expert after your project is finished, is not enough anymore.
You should take several aspects of the GDPR into account while developing your software. How easy is it for data subjects to exercise their rights? Can they easily access or rectify their data? Is the data appropriately secured and do you process the data in a transparent way?
With our technical knowledge and practical approach, we are able to advise and help you with all the privacy-aspects of your project. We can do this every step of the way, to make sure your software includes ‘Privacy by Design’.
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Whenever you transfer personal data to a ‘third country’ (every country outside the European Economic Area), you have to assess whether this is allowed under the General Data Protection Regulation (‘GDPR’).
One single negative comment from one of your employees can have a huge impact on your reputation. Hence, why a social media code of conduct is necessary.
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