Following the implementation of the 95/46/EC Directive, the European standards concerning the protection of personal data must be harmonized to facilitate commercial exchanges.
With a team of professionals focused on the legal considerations specific to data protection combined with a team that understands the technology involved in such issues, we work closely with our clients to guide them through the transition process and ensure they are compliant.
The new general regulation on data Protection (RGPD, regulation 2016/679 of 27 April 2016) was implemented on 25 May 2018. It supersedes the Directive of 1995. It includes new obligations and heavy penalties of up to several million euros.
Since all data controllers affected by the legislation are located in or outside the E.U., personal data protection concerns all companies, in all sectors, in public and private domains.
Data protection has become essential today. Protecting personal data, whether you are located in or outside Europe, concerns all companies in both private and public sectors. Businesses across Europe face stringent requirements to comply with new regulations to avoid substantial penalties.
Relying on a team of professionals focused on the specific legal considerations relating to data protection and the understanding of the involved technology in such issues, we work closely with our clients to guide them through the transition process and ensure compliance.