Since May 25, 2018, the European Union has been tightening the standard on the processing of personal data of EU citizens.
General Data Protection Regulation is a data protection regulation, which is designed to toughen, including regulation of the PD scope within the EU. It will enter into force on May 25, 2018 and will replace Data Protection Directive, a directive that was adopted in 1995.
The regulation is mandatory for all companies in the state which have more than 250 people processing the data of EU residents.
Among other things, the regulation applies to companies with fewer employees, if they belong to the following activities:
Data Controllers – operators for collecting, storing, transferring personal data.
Data Processors – operators for processing personal data.
As part of the transition to the new regulations:
- Changes to the user agreement are made
- Business processes of building models in the field of data analysis in accordance with the GDPR were reconfigured
- An agreement was concluded with one of the leading universities in the field of information protection consulting – Bryansk State Technical University
- Two employees of FSCoreLab under the program of professional retraining “Information Security” were trained.