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  • Publish:22/03/2019
    Since the implementation of the GDPR on 25 May 2018, the penalties imposed by the CNIL (French supervisory authority) for failure to comply accumulating one after the other, be it for insufficient security, lack of transparency, unsatisfactory information and even lack of valid consent. UBER, BOUYGUES TELECOM or GOOGLE LLC are but a few examples […]Moreover
  • Publish:24/12/2018
    The accountability logic promoted by the new personal data regulation leads professionals of all sizes to be concerned about the security of data processed in the context of their activities. Today, internationally renowned companies such as social networks, postal services, or large hotel companies are subject to security breaches with considerable impacts. In line with […]Moreover
  • Publish:19/10/2018
    On the international scene, the GDPR is a key element led by the EU and serves as a standard of protection welcomed by a significant number of States. But it is not just a European apparatus: the GDPR is intended to sanction non-compliance with the practical obligations it imposes, and this, outside the EU’s borders. […]Moreover
  • Publish:18/09/2018
    One of the recurring situations found within companies is the lack of a data retention period or retention periods that are not clearly established, despite what was already required by the law No. 78-17 of 6 January 1978 on data processing, files and freedoms and Directive 95/46/EC. From now on, practices will have to change […]Moreover
  • Publish:18/04/2018
    Established by the GDPR, the DPO is at the heart of the organizations’ compliance system. Its role, status and missions reflect the importance given to it by the legislator. In this respect, even when its appointment is not mandatory, it remains strongly recommended to appoint one (I) and to outsource it to an expert firm […]Moreover