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Don’t let your data end up on the street!

As you know, everyone is obliged by the European Union to handle data with care, the GDPR legislation, this also applies to you. Even if you pass on a used data carrier to a new user, it must first be erased in a certified manner.

Secure, flexible reporting
Unlike physical destruction, our erasure reports are proof of complete erasure of the data carrier. Flexible reporting options allow you to generate and save reports in any common format, including PDF, text file, SQL database and more. If desired, fields can be added with company-specific data.

What is the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)?

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a privacy law that applies throughout the European Union (EU). Thanks to the GDPR, the protection of personal data is regulated in the same way in all countries of the EU and the same rules apply in every Member State. The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) has given people more opportunities to stand up for themselves when processing their data. Their privacy rights have been strengthened and expanded. The new European privacy law applies to all organizations that process personal data. So also for small SMEs and self-employed people who process data. Such as keeping track of customer appointments, customer phone numbers or personnel information. Below are some tips to keep more control over what organizations know about you.

  • Make sure that apps, games and websites cannot just access your information; you can already protect a lot of personal data by using the right settings.
  • Adjust your privacy settings on your phone, such as location data. Please be aware that it is a choice to share this data.
  • Be aware of your digital footprint. Everything you do on the Internet affects the information you get.
  • Exercise your privacy rights. In many cases, for example, you have the right to view data, to have it changed or even to have it completely deleted.
  • Can’t agree with the organization? Then you can submit a complaint to the Dutch Data Protection Authority from 25 May 2018.

Personal data on your mobile phone:

  • Business emails with data about customers and employees
  • Business apps with business sensitive information
  • Passwords (for example from a WiFi network or VPNs)
  • Photos (both business and private)
  • And so on

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