What does the GDPR require? The GDPR establishes rules for how organizations can process the personal data of data subjects who are in the European Union. While many of these rules already existed under previous EU law, some rules are now stricter. The rules reach beyond the physical borders of the EU and apply to any organisation, regardless of whether it has a physical presence in the EU, if it offers goods or services to people in the EU, or if it tracks the behaviour of those people. How is Intsig preparing for the GDPR? Since early 2017, Intsig has been preparing for the GDPR with a formal compliance project headed by our Chief Compliance Officer. Much of the preparation is happening behind the scenes but a number of initiatives will be visible to our customers. Listed below are some of the steps we have taken: Assessment: We have carefully reviewed where and how our relevant services collect, use and store personal data and we are updating procedures policies, standards, governance and documentation as needed. Products: We are evaluating potential new features to add to our various products to assist our customers in meeting various GDPR compliance obligations, such as notice and consent requirements, if necessary. Cross-Border Transfers of EU Personal Data: Cross-border transfers of personal data will occur in relation to some of our products. In addition to ensuring our contractual commitments meet the GDPR requirements, Intsig has standard contractual clauses in place where necessary. Employee Training and Awareness: Our employees will receive training on GDPR-specific content. In addition, Intsig will conduct ongoing awareness initiatives on a variety of topics, including data protection, security and privacy. How to help my company comply with the GDPR? When acting as processors, we will only process your personal data in accordance with...
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