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Do the Same GDPR Rules Apply to Small and Medium Businesses as Large Enterprises?
Is Your Company a GDPR Data Controller or a GDPR Data Processor?
HERE ARE SOME ANSWERS TO QUESTIONS RAISED DURING THE WEBINAR FOR WHICH WE WERE UNABLE TO ADDRESS DURING THE LIVE SESSION
Question: Would the country selected for a "Beachhead" be different if you were a Canadian SaaS (Adequate laws (PIPEDA) EU95/46) vs an American SaaS (Not Adequate)?
Question: If you are a processor with no operations in the EU which country would be best to set up your beachhead, for submissions of DPIA's and DPO selection? There are many medium sized SaaS' that process on behalf of controllers worldwide, some are dealing with "sensitive" data as defined by GDPR.
Comment: [In response to the Controller vs Processor position made by the panel...] Actually they can be both even if they are a processor without employees if they collect IP addresses, security information, and analytics. This information actually makes them need to do DPIAs, etc. look at Google.
Is your company based in the US and also operating in the EU? There are things you MUST learn about the Global Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) - this law, which goes into effect May 25, 2018 - will have an impact on your business. This expert webinar will help you prepare for what's ahead.
Here are some of the topics we explored:
Why small and medium are required to meet GDPR just like big companies.
What can small- and medium-sized companies do to reduce their exposure?
Why is this a good thing for companies to adhere to in the long run?
What can mid-market companies do to streamline the process?
What is the role of outsourced services in this? What are they?
What areas of waste might exist that can be eliminated?