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Having a Disaster plan in place is one of the conditions to become GDPR compliant with your organization. The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is the most important change in data privacy regulation in 20 years. This policy directive was adopted in May 2016 because most Europeans say they want the same data protection rights across the EU and regardless of where their data is processed. It aims to make Europe fit for the digital age.
Your organization resources, systems, records, procedures, planning, etc often contain personal information, allowing the users to reach out to the responsible persons to do the job. This is also the case for a Disaster Plan, where staff has to respond quickly to incidents and crises. It may also include other information such as assets tied to people, and so on.
Organizational Planning has long been subject to Data Protection regulation, but the wider remit and definitions within the GDPR are something you will need to look at, to check your organization systems and documents - and the way you handle them - will continue to conform under the new rules and regulations.
To comply, organizations will have to review their procedures and how to handle data and privacy management across the board. This includes thinking through how to manage data within business continuity, crisis and resilience planning.
Enforcement date: 25 May 2018, at which time those organizations in non-compliance may face heavy fines.
We're here to help you become compliant. The GDPR comes with a set of Rules and Regulations for the protection of personal data inside and outside the European Union (EU) and affects all companies that save personal data from European citizens.
An international organization is defined by the GDPR directive as “an organization and its subordinate bodies governed by public international law, or any other body which is set up by, or on the basis of, an agreement between two or more countries” (GDPR Article 4).
We provide example GDPR document templates and also a complete set of GDPR templates in order to help you to comply with the GDPR regulations from the EU. These GDPR document templates are provided in Microsoft Office formats, and easy to customize to your organization’s specific needs. Often completed example documents are also provided in order to help you with your implementation in order to save precious time.