GDPR: European-style protection of personal data
The GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) is the new European regulation which requires every company to be fully accountable for the confidentiality of the personal data they manage in their information systems. The regulation will come into force on 25 May 2018.
- Strengthen people’s rights (right to personal data portability and specific arrangements for minors)
- Make the actors processing personal data more accountable
- Give credibility to the regulation thanks to a greater cooperation between the data protection authorities
A brief overview of the GDPR
Within the framework of the General Data Protection Regulation, companies must make a number of commitments, the most important of which are:
- Designate a DPO (Data Protection Officer)
- Keep a register on data processing (more than 250 employees)
- Define a sensitive data perimeter
- Write a charter of best practices
- Ensure individual rights
- Review suppliers and subcontractors contracts
- Be prepared to the possibility of a data breach
Exalog and GDPR ?
Security and customer data privacy are our key concerns. We have always been working on these issues, and as of now we respect the new European regulation.
For example, you should know that the “personal” data recorded in the database of our Allmybanks and Exabanque software, are already encrypted. The users’ names, all phone numbers or e-mail addresses as well as account and bank card numbers are encrypted, and are temporarily decrypted for all the customers’ queries.
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