What is GDPR?
The European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation
- is the strictest data protection regime in the world
- affects every company who handles personal data of EU data subjects
- is effective from 25 May 2018
Why does it matter?
Falling foul with the GDPR can have serious consequences to your company such as
- fines up to EUR 20 Million or 4% of your global annual turnover
- reputational loss
- lack of trust towards your company
Do you need help in preparing for GDPR?
Ask our expert, dr. Anita Vereb, specialized in data protection & privacy law!
"Data protection cannot be 'luxury' anymore."
Dr. Anita Vereb
Lawyer specialized in Data Protection
Data Protection Officer
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How can we help?
GDPR Due Diligence
We make a comprehensive due diligence to assess the current state of data protection and develop an action plan to reach compliance.
Based on the action plan we draft the policies and procedures your company needs to follow to be compliant with the GDPR.
Based on the adopted policies and procedures we make a custom-tailored data protection awareness training for your employees.
THE TOP 5 GDPR MYTHS DEBUNKED
Some GDPR myths make you see a problem where you should not, or what is even worse, they prevent you from detecting a problem when you should. To have a successful GDPR compliance project, you should avoid both above faults. To help you, we debunk the 5 GDPR myths that we faced the most often during our compliance projects.Read more
GDPR PENALTY FORECAST – OUR PRESENTATION AT BELGABIZ
How often did the Hungarian Data Protection Authority impose penalties in the last five years? What was the average amount of penalties? Will be there any change after 25th May 2018, when the GDPR comes into force? We addressed these questions in our presentation made at BELGABIZ.Read more
DATA BREACH – NOTIFY OR NOT, THAT IS THE QUESTION
If data leakage, data theft or other breach happens at your company and it is likely to result in a risk to the data subjects’ rights, you have to report it to the supervisory authority. If this risk is likely to be high you shall as well inform the affected persons. In this article we mention 5 things that you need to consider when you decide about whether you should notify the authority or the data subjects.Read more