Finding the right balance between using personal data and protecting privacy is one of the biggest challenges of the digital age. All organisations that process personal data within the European Union will have to deal with new rules, including those provided in the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
The European Commission will be enforcing the GDPR with effect from 25 May 2018. From that date on, all existing regulations in the EU will be centralised and updated for the digital era. Do your systems and processes meet the requirements of the GDPR?
The GDPR, which will also have a legal effect outside the EU, will make EU data protection rules uniform. The GDPR contains significant and new requirements regarding the management of personal data and how such data is used, collected, stored, and shared. The rules will apply to all parties who are responsible for managing and processing data in the EU.
PwC assists organisations with the required technical, organisational, and legal skills. We offer a standard approach with proven methods for assessing the degree to which you are prepared for the GDPR and which measures you will still need to take.
Our multidisciplinary team will work intensively with you on your compliance. Are you curious about your readiness for the changes? Contact us, free of obligation, for more information.
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