Datlinq Data Security and GDPR compliance
Nowadays data protection, data privacy and cybersecurity, is getting a topic of utmost importance, and a prerequisite of state of the art high quality business. In a world increasingly at a risk of fraud and identity theft and other forms of cybercrime, data protection will only be possible, if it is based on both legal and non-legal solid regulations.
Data privacy and data protection laws regulate safeguarding information about individuals. The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which replaces the 1995 EU Data Protection Directive, strengthens the rights that EU individuals have over their data. The GDPR unifies data protection laws across Europe. Our business partners can count on the fact that Datlinq is committed to GDPR compliance across its services and products as the GDPR takes effect on May 25, 2018.
To become compliant with GDPR we initiated an ISO 27001 project implementation. Achieving accredited certification to ISO 27001 will demonstrate that our company meets an important globally accepted criterion for information security best practice and security effectiveness.
Strong data protection commitments between cloud solution providers and customers are fundamental to compliance. We follow and will follow the requirements of the GDPR which demand in case of (lawful and authorized) processing personal data an appropriate level of security to the risk using technical and organizational measures against accidental loss, destruction or damage.
At Datlinq, we work to earn the trust of our users every day. As such, protecting the privacy and security of our business partners’ information is a top priority, and compliance is central to this mission. We’ll continue to evolve our capabilities in accordance with the changing regulatory landscape and work with you to help facilitate your GDPR compliance efforts.
Of course we will update our website and all our business partners as soon as we will be ISO certified.