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Important! – The dangers in cyberspace are increasing, data protection is becoming more and more complex and the methods of solving them are becoming more and more expensive and less compatible. Standard methods sometimes fail in today’s world. So the gap is widening and not in the interests of the customer
Data protection is not new. Nor do the regulations from it. These include compliance requirements and laws. The resulting requirements can be derived from a security architecture and a degree of protection of the organization. Both together form the basis of data protection and the regulations. When we talk about regulations, we mean data protection laws.
The GDPR has existed in Europe since May 2018. It is a basic protection system, which is mainly intended to protect the end user, i.e. your customers. Basically, you are a customer somewhere and you don’t want your data or secrets to end up on the street. Imagine if a doctor would deposit their patient’s files in the street. It has happened before. That is what makes it so exciting to think about the regulations. But GDPR / or the E-DSG for Switzerland does not only mean the implementation but also punishment by the authorities if they are not observed. We often hear that there is no plaintiff and no judge there. It is a dangerous game. Because if it hits them, then they would have preferred to take precautions. Because the money you have to pay then you still have to invest. Then they lost twice.
It doesn’t have to be, does it?
The data protection officer supports those responsible in all questions related to the protection of personal data
we have internal data protection officers working for you on a temporary basis and train the employees for the handover
We work as an external data protection officer for you on a temporary basis and implement data protection issues with those responsible
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