General Data Protection Regulation

GDPR

GDPR – What datatrack is doing about it.

datatrack has always honoured its users’ rights to data privacy and protection. Over the years, we’ve demonstrated our commitment to this by consistently exceeding industry standards. We have no need to collect and process users’ personal information beyond what is required for the functioning of our products and delivery of services, this will never change. We have a privacy conscious culture here and our stance to embrace GDPR should provide you, our customer with the confidence your data is held safely here by us.

What is GDPR?

The GDPR sets out a common legal framework for governments, public authorities, businesses and consumers when interacting with each other within the European Economic Area (EEA). The GDPR applies equally to all entities trading with the EEA.

GDPR scope

The text clarifies customers’ (data subjects) new rights and sets out the definitions of different data types, setting out the legal obligations of data controllers, data processors and data sub-processors when interacting with data subjects and with each other. The regulation upholds the right to privacy, as set out in the European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR) and brings these rights in line with the growth in social media and the use of ‘big data’.

Compliance with the GDPR

The GDPR applies equally to data controllers, processors and sub-processors irrespective of their geographical location. Compliance with the regulation means that the way in which entities process data is more transparent to customers and imposes significant obligations on entities to keep personal data secure.

How datatrack can help

Our company have always prioritised data security as central to our solution design philosophy. datatrack have implemented all the technical and operational measures necessary to meet the requirements of (EU) 2016/679 GDPR, and have a solution development road map to deliver data management solutions that will help our customers reduce the time, cost and effort in meeting their obligations within the Regulation and within the UK Data Protection Act 2018.