After a two-year transition phase, the much-discussed and quite controversial EU-GDPR has become mandatory for all EU companies. Since this date, all companies in the EU are required to adapt their IT systems and IT security guidelines and architectures accordingly. Meeting EU GDPR requirements can get complex and costly. ESKA offers you a comprehensive consulting service to help your organization meet compliance hassle-free.
Types of privacy data protected by the GDPR
Primary identity data such as name, address, or ID numbers.
Web data relating to the user's security (includes the location and IP address, RFID tags, and cookies).
Genetic and health data.
Data related to race or ethnical belonging.
Political data such as opinion or the belonging to the particular political force.
Information about sexual orientation.
Fundamental principles of GDPR compliance
If personal data is processed, this processing must always be lawful and may only be carried out in a specific way. Therefore, data protection-compliant information handling is only guaranteed if the particular data protection principles specified in the GDPR are observed. Following the principles, we mention below, grants successful compliance for enterprises of any size. Also, they would be helpful for those individuals whose business is connected to handling personal data and who want to deal with it using the fundamental GDPR principles.
The GDPR has seven fundamental principles that summarize the legislation requirements.
How do we minimize the cyber-risks when complying with GDPR?
Because of the new legal requirements, companies now need in-depth advice and a concept for a new, efficient, and user-friendly IT security concept that can meet the GDPR compliance standards. Companies must take appropriate technical and organizational measures (e.g., data backup, encryption, access controls) to protect data from accidental destruction, loss, or unlawful use by third parties. Otherwise, there is a risk of high fines. GDPR is not a thing that could be taken lightly. The GDPR requires providers to secure their IT systems according to the "state of the art." ESKA could help you strengthen your network defenses to fill the gaps in information security, making your enterprise GDPR-complaint.
Consultancy and services provided by ESKA can help your company prepare for GDPR compliance, and as a result, you will get:
If your business is affected by the GDPR, we highly suggest consulting a cybersecurity provider to ensure that your enterprise is fully compliant with GDPR standards. Do you want to:● Make your business processes legally compliant?● Validate and update your GDPR-standardized data compliance?● Fulfill your comprehensive obligation to provide information regarding stored data?● Sustainably minimize business risks concerning data protection incidents or fines?
If yes, ESKA is here to help you overcome global data protection challenges and position your organization to meet the GDPR challenge with ease.