The New General Data Protection Regulations 2018
What will be different with the new GDPR?
Essentially, this regulation serves as the legal basis for data processing, the rights of data subjects, and regulates the obligations of those responsible. The aim behind it is the protection of the fundamental rights of natural persons and in particular, their right to the protection of their personal data (subject matter and objectives: Article 1, paragraph 2) and the free movement of personal data. (Purpose and objectives: Article 1, paragraph 3)
Article 1 (2): This Regulation protects the fundamental rights and freedoms of natural persons and in particular, their right to the protection of personal data.
Article 1 (3): The free movement of personal data in the European Union shall not be restricted or prohibited for reasons of the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data.
Speexx is GDPR compliant
All of our customers are vulnerable to the changes in the EU GDPR if they use service providers who do not comply with the new requirements. As a German company, Speexx is, of course, obliged to follow these guidelines – like any other European company. Online shops or companies specializing in big data business have always been part of the Speexx business philosophy of respecting and protecting the data of our customers, learners and all people in and around Speexx. Therefore, we are also very proud that Speexx is already ahead of the game in terms of being 100% compliant with these regulations.
Would you like to know more about GDPR?
The new General Data Protection Regulations is a very dry and complicated topic. To make it easier to understand and accessible to all and, above all, to highlight the impact it has on human resources, we decided to hold a short, but informative webinar. However, this webinar should not give you a legally binding statement as to whether your company is compliant with data protection laws and acts. Our Speexx expert will explain the topic of the EU data protection basic regulations for human resources in a simple and accessible manner. Register now for the EU GDPR Expert Webinar.
Further useful links about the EU
More information about the European Union you can find here
Visit the European Union Blog here
Learn more about the history of data protection regulations here.