DATA PROTECTION BY GDPR REGULATIONS
The performance of business entities and public authorities inevitably leads to the collection and exchange of personal data. When we add this to individuals who make their information publicly available, knowingly or unconsciously, it is clear that abuse can occur.
What is GDPR and to whom is it applied?
The general regulation on the protection of personal data, that is, the General Data Protection Regulation is a new legal framework that prescribes the manner in which citizens’ data on citizenship data will be used, which will be implemented from 28 May 2018.
If the performance of your activity is in any way related to the collection and exchange of personal data, you are applying the rules on the protection of personal data. Since the Republic of Serbia is a candidate for EU membership, it is obliged to comply with European legislation. This means that a law very similar to the EU Regulation on GDPR will be adopted, and the RS public and private sector will also be obliged to protect personal data of citizens in accordance with European standards. Since non-compliance with these regulations carries with it a high fines, it is clear that it is necessary to timely harmonize the organization’s business with the new regulations.
About COMING SERVICE:
In principle, each organization should comply with certain steps in implementing the provisions of the Regulation, starting from the analysis of the existing system within the organization to the design of procedures and internal controls. COMING can introduce you to the challenges posed by GDPR and help sort data according to the degree of sensitivity and vulnerability. Also, together with the COMING team, you can make an assessment of the privacy impact (PIA) and pass the DPIA (Data Protection Impact Assessment) and thus establish a favorable business environment.
Permanent compliance with regulatory requirements, requires the application of technological security solutions in business. For you, we can build a system that will fully respond to the requirements of GDPR.