GDPR/18 is an organization of IT experts and legal advisors with experience in the processing and data protection. The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR 2018) effective from 25 May 2018 establishes new rules for handling Personal Data within the European Community and regulates the export of Personal Data outside EU borders. EU 2016/679 (General Data Protection Regulation) applies, not only to citizens of the European Union, but also to the Organization residing outside of the EU Member States. In the new GDPR/18 Regulation, “Personal Data” is defined as “any information relating to an individual linked to his / her life is private, professional and public […] such as names, photos, email addresses, bank details, social networking , Medical information, or computer IP addresses”. You can turn to GDPR/18 if you need to contact a Data Protection Officer or want to get in touch with an organization that complies with your business or your online business, with the new privacy act. You can collect information, view the GDPR/18 in .pdf or contact an organization that will provide you with useful applications to comply with the new European Regulation 2018.
The new Regulation on Data Processing is contained in the EU Regulation EU 2017/679, and it published by the Official Journal of the European Union. The new 2018 Regulation will be applied from 25th May 2018, when businesses and public administrations will have the duty to comply. The new General Data Protection Regulation defines the requirements for complying with the Data Protection Act: new Control Organs will apply the necessary measures to ensure that the processing and protection of Personal Data is in line with what is written in the GDPR 2018 document. The new Regulation describes how personal data should be protected (“data protection“) and processed in accordance with the applicable regulations. CyberSecurity (ICT-SEC) -in the new European Data Protection Regulation- will be considered for Data Protection Processing. New principles are introduced by the General Data Protection Regulation in force since 25th May 2018: data should be processed following new application principles, and treatment should follow a designed cycle, recognized as “treatment by design“.