World’s Best Data Security

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) became a comprehensive privacy law in the European Union (EU) and the European Economic Area (EEA) on May 25, 2018, superseding the previous Data Protection Directive. Its primary objective is to enhance data protection for individuals within the EU and EEA, aiming to safeguard their privacy rights.

World’s Best Data Security

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) became a comprehensive privacy law in the European Union (EU) and the European Economic Area (EEA) on May 25, 2018, superseding the previous Data Protection Directive. Its primary objective is to enhance data protection for individuals within the EU and EEA, aiming to safeguard their privacy rights.

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The GDPR is applicable to all organizations, regardless of their location, that handle the personal data of individuals within the EU and EEA. Personal data includes identifiable information like names, email addresses, IP addresses, and other identifying factors. This wide-ranging regulation ensures that data protection measures are in place for the benefit of individuals’ privacy rights.

There are several benefits to having a data center in the EU, including:

1. Consent: Prior to collecting, processing, or sharing personal data, organizations are obligated to obtain explicit and informed consent from individuals.

2. Privacy by design: Entities are required to prioritize data privacy by adopting appropriate technical and organizational measures, ensuring that their systems and processes are developed with data privacy as a central focus.

3. Data subject rights: The GDPR grants individuals various rights, such as the right to access, rectify, and erase their personal data. Individuals also have the right to object to processing and the right to data portability.

4. Data breach notification: In compliance with the GDPR, organizations must promptly notify the relevant supervisory authority within 72 hours if they become aware of a data breach that could potentially compromise the rights and freedoms of individuals.

5. Data protection officer: In accordance with GDPR regulations, organizations, including ours, are mandated to appoint a data protection officer (DPO). The DPO serves as a focal point for ensuring GDPR compliance, overseeing adherence to its requirements, and serving as a liaison between individuals, supervisory authorities, and the organization.

6. Non-compliance fines: Violations of the GDPR can result in significant penalties, with potential fines of up to 4% of an organization’s global annual revenue or €20 million, whichever amount is higher. It is crucial for organizations to ensure compliance with GDPR regulations to avoid such severe financial consequences.

Our Partnering Data Center

Falkenstein, Germany

Our data center in Falkenstein, Germany has received several certifications for security and environmental sustainability practices, including ISO 27001, ISO 9001, and ISO 14001.

Our certifications showcase our dedication to providing customers with dependable, secure, and environmentally conscious data center services.