Madrid, December 4, 2017 – NeterisThe company, a management and information systems consultancy focused on promoting the transformation and digitization of all types of companies, offers organizations that have not yet joined the new GDPR regulations, its technology, experience and knowledge to properly adapt to the requirements of the same.
The new General Data Protection Regulation that will be enforceable and mandatory from next May 25, 2018 is already in force since last April 26, 2016. The aim of this new regulation is to standardize and improve the protection of personal data in the member states of the European Union through the implementation of appropriate security measures.
By then, companies should have complied with the complex security and encryption requirements of the standard in relation to the data they hold, as well as the way in which they hold, manage and share it .
However, many companies, especially SMEs, have not yet started to implement the necessary procedures. In fact, according to a global survey conducted by WatchGuard, only 10% of organizations believe they are already 100% compliant and capable.
In view of this situation, Neteris offers the possibility of analyzing the processes susceptible to change due to the new regulations. In other words, all those processes that involve the collection, processing and transmission of end-user data. Whether they are European companies or even companies from outside the union that direct their services to Europe or receive personal data from Europeans.
“In many cases, being prepared for the new regulations will require efficient data protection management, establishing the optimal level of IT security and proper data encryption.“, comments Juan Manuel Grajera, Managing Director of Neteris. “At Neteris we are working so that our clients can adapt to this new standard in the most effective way possible, and above all, in an agile manner so that it does not cause any inconvenience as the due date approaches.“.