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General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) Available is a comprehensive data protection regulation that the European Union (EU) introduced in 2018. Its goal is to safeguard EU residents' privacy and personal data by establishing tight regulations and criteria for how enterprises gather, process, store, and transfer personal data. Individuals have more control over their data under the GDPR, which requires enterprises to acquire consent, offer transparent information about data processing, and apply suitable security measures. GDPR noncompliance can result in hefty fines and penalties.

GDPR Resources:

What is its purpose?

It can be used for a variety of reasons, but the most common are those listed below.

Enhanced data protection and reduced risk of data breaches

GDPR compliance requires organizations to implement appropriate technical security measures and safeguards for personal data. By following GDPR requirements, organizations can strengthen their data protection practices, reducing the risk of data breaches, unauthorized access, and potential harm to individuals.

Increased trust and reputation among customers and stakeholders

GDPR compliance demonstrates a commitment to protecting individuals' privacy rights and respecting their personal data. This can enhance trust and reputation among customers, clients, and stakeholders, leading to stronger relationships and improved brand image.

Legal compliance and avoidance of fines and penalties

Complying with the GDPR ensures adherence to EU data protection laws. This helps organizations avoid potential legal consequences, such as fines and penalties, which can be substantial for non-compliance.


Unicis solution

The GDPR requirements have been implemented into the following Unicis apps.

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