Data Protection and Governance
_With less than three months to go until the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) becomes applicable on 25 May, organisations of all sizes are racing to prepare. New data protection rules will apply in all EU Member States as from that date and impact companies including emerging businesses. You will have to take accountability for the data you collect, store and share and comply with new formalities such as in-house training, appointment of a Data Protection Officer (DPO), implementation of the rights of concerned people and obligations for data controllers and processors, in particular in their contractual relationship.
With significant fines (up to 4% company's global annual turnover) for non-compliance and the consequences associated with the mistreatment of client data, data protection is now a must-do process for you and your company in your day-to-day management. Moreover, the benefits of good data privacy processes extend well beyond avoiding penalties. It is an essential commitment to your customers and strengthen your reputation.
At Wildgen, we help every entrepreneur to understand the challenges of this new piece of legislation and to reduce the associated legal risks. Our specialised team is led by Emmanuelle Ragot, our IP/TMT Partner, who specialises in data protection and is an approved Data Officer official by the National Commission for Data Protection in Luxembourg (CNPD).
View the brochure to find out more about our services and solutions on data protection.