Back in March, we shared that we were committed to becoming fully GDPR compliant by the May 2018 deadline.
We are happy to report that we are ready for GDPR and will be fully compliant by May 25th, 2018.
We’ve worked with independent experts in data security and privacy laws to analyze our processes, evaluate vendors and educate our company on the importance of data privacy.
What is GDPR?
GDPR is a law that exists to protect individual from abusive and intrusive practices, both in the information targeted to them, and the information solicited and collected from them.
It assures Individuals have the right to enjoy and participate in online activities, purchases, etc. with the knowledge that the collection of their personal information is limited to only that required for the completion of the transaction, or establishment of relationship. It also assures that the information surrendered is properly protected. The GDPR protects individuals from excesses, annoyances and abuses of privacy, and affords these protections towards any EU resident.
GDPR improves business practices, assures that Employees and Customers are informed and given choices in the information collected and kept about them, and makes the conforming businesses, a better businesses.
If you have any additional questions surrounding GDPR, let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org – we’d love to help.
Update from May 22, 2018
The changes include:
- – Clear descriptions outlining how we work with partners and 3rd parties
FAQ and Data Protection Agreement
If you have additional questions, leave a comment below or send us a message at email@example.com and the Base compliance team will be happy to help.