The lawful handling of customer, supplier, business partner and employee data gives rise to trust. On the one hand, this strengthens customer relationships and promotes the working atmosphere, and on the other hand, it protects against high penalties and disciplinary warnings and lawsuits from competitors. Privacy should be treated as a prior topic, since legal sanctions are often accompanied by the negative publicity of a “privacy scandal”. We provide you with support to avoid this!
In addition to the main provisions in the GDPR, numerous national laws and ordinances as well as ancillary laws with specific regulations exist. At European level, key privacy regulations also exist in the ePrivacy Directive, which will be replaced by the ePrivacy Regulation in the foreseeable future. Due to this multitude of more complex regulations on a national and international level, the ability to keep an eye on all privacy regulations and act according to them has become increasingly difficult.