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GDPR Compliance

GDPR Compliance

August 23, 2021

With the workplaces getting more data-driven than ever. Strict regulations were needed to ensure data security. GDPR was passed by the European Parliament and Council in April 2016, to impose a uniform data security law on all EU members. GDPR stands for General Data Protection Regulation. In essence, GDPR is a set of rules designed to give EU citizens more control over their personal data. Under GDPR, every organisation has to ensure that the personal data of people are gathered legally and all the collected data are protected from misuse and exploitation.

At Centre Source we value all our client’s data and we exert every effort to protect the data from falling into the wrong hands. Honouring the privacy of our clients is paramount to us. As a data-driven company, we are committed to following the GDPR requirements to ensure efficient data protection.

The GDPR comprises 11 chapters and 91 articles that state how companies should process people’s personal data.

Articles 17 & 18 – Articles 17 and 18 of the GDPR give data subjects more control over personal data that is processed automatically. The result is that data subjects may transfer their personal data between service providers more easily (also called the “right to portability”), and they may direct a controller to erase their personal data under certain circumstances (also called the “right to erasure”).

Articles 23 & 30 – Articles 23 and 30 require companies to implement reasonable data protection measures to protect consumers’ personal data and privacy against loss or exposure.

Articles 31 & 32 – Data breach notifications play a large role in the GDPR text. Article 31 specifies requirements for single data breaches: controllers must notify Supervising Authorities (SA)s of a personal data breach within 72 hours of learning of the breach and must provide specific details of the breach such as the nature of it and the approximate number of data subjects affected. Article 32 requires data controllers to notify data subjects as quickly as possible of breaches when the breaches place their rights and freedoms at high risk.

Articles 33 & 33a – Articles 33 and 33a require companies to perform Data Protection Impact Assessments to identify risks to consumer data and Data Protection Compliance Reviews to ensure those risks are addressed.

Article 35 – Article 35 requires that certain companies appoint data protection officers. Specifically, any company that processes data revealing a subject’s genetic data, health, racial or ethnic origin, religious beliefs, etc. must designate a data protection officer; these officers serve to advise companies about compliance with the regulation and act as a point of contact with SAs. Some companies may be subjected to this aspect of the GDPR simply because they collect personal information about their employees as part of human resources processes.

Articles 36 & 37 – Articles 36 and 37 outline the data protection officer position and its responsibilities in ensuring GDPR compliance as well as reporting to Supervisory Authorities and data subjects.

Article 45 – Article 45 extends data protection requirements to international companies that collect or process EU citizens’ personal data, subjecting them to the same requirements and penalties as EU-based companies.

Article 79 – Article 79 outlines the penalties for GDPR non-compliance, which can be up to 4% of the violating company’s global annual revenue depending on the nature of the violation.

GDPR Compailance

Last updated - August 23, 2021
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