Adopted in 2016, the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) frames the processing of personal data. All private or public companies that handle data of European residents are subject to it.
Discover in this infographic this European regulation and what it changes for European and non-European companies.
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Handling sensitive data (and in particular personal data) in the European Union on a daily basis, Netheos must comply with the GDPR. To maintain the highest security standards, our solutions and services are regularly audited by external Data Protection Officers (DPO), the CNIL’s preferred intermediaries.