At Ius Laboris, we understand that data privacy is an evolving area of law and that it can be hard for businesses to keep pace. This is why our data privacy lawyers act as your partners in managing privacy and data protection for your workforce. Our data privacy experts work to ensure compliance with data protection law. They offer advice on all forms of data processing, including collection, storage, use, retention, rectification and deletio
Data privacy and data protection regulations are currently undergoing developments that may impact specific areas of the ICANN organization’s work. This page contains a current listing of ongoing projects at the ICANNorganization related to data protection and privacy matters, and is intended to provide easy access to this information. The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) was adopted by the European Union (EU) on 14 April 2016 and takes effect on 25 May 2018 uniformly across the EU countries. According to the European Commission, the aim of the GDPR is to protect all EU citizens and residents from privacy and data breaches1. It applies to all companies processing and holding the personal data of subjects residing in the European Union, regardless of the company’s location
We are pleased to note your interest in ClassiCon and that you have visited our homepage. The protection of your personal data as it is recorded, processed and used upon your visit to our homepage is a key concern for us. Your data is protected at all times within the scope of the legal regulations pertaining.
Following you will find information on which data is recorded when you visit our homepage and how it is used:
- Data capture and processing
Every time our homepage is accessed or a file on it is called up, this activity is recorded in a log. Saving such data serves internal system-related and statistical purposes. A log is kept of: the name of the file called up, the date and time it was retrieved, the amount of data transmitted, the message that the file was retrieved successfully, the web browser and the domain that sent the query.
Ensuring the ongoing protection of personally identifiable information is mandatory in today’s business, enabling you to guard against data breaches and comply with regulation such as the GDPR, HIPAA and SOX. Taking a privacy-first approach that involves greater visibility over sensitive data, and how it changes and moves through your SQL Server estate, means you can better control and protect it.
But protecting data can be difficult.
With data often spread across a growing number of different environments, it’s hard to know what to restrict and where it’s located. This risks non-compliance, and leaves organizations open to data breaches, customer backlash, and hefty fines.
Redgate helps you to protect your business by giving you a simple, scalable, and repeatable process for managing sensitive data as it moves through your SQL Server estate.
You get to focus on optimizing the productivity and performance of your IT organization, safe in the knowledge that data that must remain private, does.
Al onze cursussen worden gegeven door professionals die hun sporen ruimschoots verdiend hebben met het toepassen van Data Protection wet -en regelgeving in hun dagelijkse werkzaamheden, o.a. als veiligheidsconsulent. Mede dankzij deze ervaring zijn onze cursusleiders in staat om deelnemers van ieder niveau extra kennis te laten vergaren rond Data Protection. In onze cursussen wordt stil gestaan bij de nieuwste en aankomende regelgeving rond data protection , de General Data Protection, die op 4 mei 2016 werd gepubliceerd in de EU Offical Journal en in werking treedt op 25 mei 2018. Onze cursussen leiden de deelnemers op om data protection uitdagingen van heden en de toekomst het hoofd te bieden.
Section 4g Paragraph 2 Sentence 2 of the BDSG requires the data protection officer to make the following information pursuant to Section 4e Sentence 1 No. 1 available to the public in an appropriate manner. Data shall only be transfered to third countries which are able to guarantee an appropriate standard of data protection made available, such as countries party to the USA’s Safe Harbor Agreement.