Your website must comply with GDPR to ensure the security and privacy of customer data. By complying with GDPR requirements on your website, you will ensure your customers’ right to privacy and gain their trust.
The GDPR is the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which sets out the rules and requirements for how organisations must process and protect their customers’ personal data. This includes, but is not limited to, customers’ consent to the collection and processing of their data, their right of access to their data, their right to have their data erased, and their right to ensure its security. The GDPR was adopted to ensure a higher level of protection of personal data and to respect the individual’s right to privacy.
Non-compliance with the GDPR can lead to penalties. Since 25 May 2018, when the deadline for compliance expired, companies not complying with the GDPR have had to pay heavy fines. Organisations holding EU customer data can be fined up to €20 million. EUR or 4 % of total global turnover of the preceding fiscal year, whichever is higher. GDPR is a serious matter that should not be taken lightly. All businesses, regardless of their size, that process personal data in the EU should immediately implement rules to ensure a safe environment for their customers. This creates an enabling environment for sustainable business opportunities.
Lack of transparency, lack of proper legal basis for advertising services.
Inadequate protection of patients’ personal data.
The hacking leaked the data of over 330,000 users.
Extensive CCTV surveillance of public spaces.
The personal data of more than 100,000 of the company’s customers, including personal codes, are exposed. For a long time, the company itself was unaware of the existence of the copy of the database.
Personal data breach not reported to the DPAI.
Processing of biometric data without consent. Non-compliance with consent requirements, inadequate information, etc.
Failure to ensure the ongoing integrity and availability of data processing systems and services.
Failure to comply with the instructions of the DPAI and to enforce the rights of the data subject.
If you’re asking yourself this question right now, there’s a good chance that your website is not GDPR compliant. But we can help – we’ll carry out a quick and FREE pre-audit to assess whether your website complies with the GDPR. We will inform you of the necessary steps to be taken in the event of non-compliance.
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