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Explore Cyphere’s GDPR compliance offerings to help you achieve hassle-free GDPR compliance. We offer a variety of GDPR cyber security services tailored to your organization’s needs so that you can choose what’s best for YOU!
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What is the purpose of GDPR?
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GDPR Security Requirements
Personal data to be processed with lawfulness, fairness, and transparency and only collected for legitimate purposes and not further processed for any kind of archiving, scientific, statistical, or historical research purposes. It must not be kept in a manner to permit unauthorised or unlawful processing and should be kept safe against accidental loss, destruction, or damage using appropriate technical or organisational measures.
Report the data breach without delay within 72 hours. Document and report the nature of personal data breach, including the consequences, remedial action is taken, detection and investigation of the data breach, as well as the measures in place to adverse the breach effect. In instances where it is not possible to provide the information of violation at the same time, the notification must be provided in phases without undue delay.
Article 32Implementation of appropriate technical and organisational measures to assess and to ensure confidentiality, integrity, availability of processing systems and services. This includes the ability to restore the availability and access to personal data in a timely manner in case of a technical or physical incident. A particular process for regularly testing, assessing, and evaluating the effectiveness of organisational controls to ensure security of data processing.
The Data Protection Impact Assessment (DPIA) is a process that assesses the data protection risks and legal requirements when processing personal information. It provides an opportunity to identify, address, mitigate and monitor these risks in order to fulfil obligations under data privacy laws.
What are the seven principles of GDPR?
Who does GDPR apply to?
Your business must comply with the GDPR if your company has a presence in any of the European countries, processes the EU residents personal data and has more than 250 employees or less than 250 employees with impactful processing of the data under any of the GDPR data process principles.
Businesses can comply with GDPR by verifying their users and customers’ data along with the current security and privacy measures implemented within the organisation. To fulfil the compliance requirements, businesses need to incorporate a technical mechanism to store the information for the specified and required duration.
Under the compliance, every business must protect the following personal data:
- Basic identification details such as name, address, and ID numbers
- Web data such as location, IP address, cookie data, and RFID tags
- Finance Information
- Health and genetic data
- Biometric data
- Racial or ethnic data
- Political opinions
- Sexual orientation
- Genetic information
- Social Identity
- Cultural Identifiable Information
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Frequently Asked Questions
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How Cyphere helps you with GDPR compliance to minimise security risk?
Cyphere’s cyber security services are designed to help you fulfil your information technology and data protection obligations, including those under the GDPR. We help our customers prepare for GDPR compliance in multiple ways: