The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) went into effect on May 25, 2018. This regulation sets new standards for how organizations collect, use, protect, and otherwise process EU personal data.
The GDPR imposes significant obligations on a wide variety of businesses, both in the European Union and around the world, requiring them to comply with numerous data protection obligations and, in many cases, to realign certain aspects of their operations.
Spectrummonitoring.com has assessed the impact of the GDPR on its business. Spectrummonitoring.com is committed to GDPR compliance insofar as the regulation applies to its operations, and to working with customers to help them meet their compliance obligations relevant to EU personal data that they provide to Spectrummonitoring.com in their capacity as data controllers.
Where necessary and appropriate Spectrummonitoring.com has implemented technical and organizational measures that include rigorous data privacy and security policies and procedures, and Spectrummonitoring.com maintains documentation of its processing activities as required by law.
Among other steps, Spectrummonitoring.com has undertaken to:
Spectrummonitoring.com has taken a proactive approach to GDPR compliance by implementing various legal tools to meet GDPR requirements for data transfers, including individual consent forms for EU data subjects and GDPR-compliant data processing agreements to cover processing activities carried out by Spectrummonitoring.com on behalf of EU data controllers.
Additional questions may be addressed to Spectrummonitoring.com’s Privacy Officer at email@example.com.