In 2012, the European Commission began a process to reform Europe's existing data protection laws by proposing a new data protection regulation to replace the current Data Protection Directive. GDPR was agreed and adopted in 2016 and came into effect on 25 May 2018.
GDPR aims to make data protection regulations: more Relevant, Comprehensive and Unified.
GDPR is a significant change but opens the opportunity for companies and organisations to audit their current data processing and storage actions and to ensure their customers are adequately protected.
For the benefit of the customer it shows, demonstrated compliance, enhanced rights and privacy of data by design. One major enhanced right is the right to obtain and reuse personal data across multiple services, as well as the right of deletion of personal data.
As Movebot handles sensitive, personal and company data, Movebot and the team take GDPR and other security compliance and processes seriously. Movebot understands that the sensitive nature of data, its transfer and storage rely on maintain relevancy in both security principles and governance, but also to building trust with its customers to ensure a peace of mind.
Movebot has ensured the following is in place to align the company and its processes with GDPR;
Just because Movebot has done the above, does not mean it will stop there. The team at Movebot will continue to modify, update you and remain relevant across the security governance spectrum to continue to meet yours, and the wider worlds needs.