General Data Protection Regulation


The GDPR in brief

The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into force on 25 May 2018.

Most companies are gradually becoming familiar that the regulations will lead to greater responsibility and more obligations in connection with handling of personal data. Failure to comply with the GDPR can have serious consequences, including the imposition of fines of up to EUR 20 million.

Read our guide to compliance with the requirements (download handout)

Read more about PerformanceGuard by clicking here.

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Persondataforordningen GDPR

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Put the IT department in the driver’s seat

Many companies have given their HR, legal or finance department overall responsibility for preparing for the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and gaining a good understanding of its implications. Let PerformanceGuard give you the overview that empowers the IT Department to help.

The IT department can

  • Empowers the organization to have an overview
  • Gather and convey information that can spare the organization for costly, external GDPR-Consultants
  • provide a full overview of the use of ALL applications and IT services – internal and external alike (incl. Shadow IT)

Let PerformanceGuard help

We guarantee that all the company’s IT-systems are mapped and ready for the Personal Data Regulation (GDPR).

For us it is all about ensuring that our customers will have the capacity to be at the cutting edge of utilizing and setting Personal Data.

Your company will no longer have to deal with:

  • expensive consultancy fees
  • manual processes
  • time-consuming interviews of users who may not remember all the applications and IT services used

Free checklist

Use CapaSystem’s checklist,

which goes through all the organisational areas

that will require your attention in connection with

the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation

Give the free checklist a look