The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) came into effect on May 25th, 2018, and it has been the biggest change in data protection laws for over two decades. Its aim is to give citizens in Europe greater control over their personal data, and it has wider implications for companies worldwide that hold data.
Inspiretec, a data-focused company, engaged a GDPR consultancy to assist with a review of its products and processes, ensuring that it is fully prepared for the changes. The company conducts annual reviews to maintain compliance and adapt to changes. Inspiretec has updated its product stack to include GDPR compliance functions and has conducted a marketing list refresh, requesting recipients to re-consent. Inspiretec is also working with clients to design and roll out GDPR compliant functions. The company has completed a programme of change focused on addressing identified areas for improvement, such as updating policies, enhancing hosting security, and handling subject access requests.
We prove functionality to expire data after a customer-defined time range All data outside live environments, is anonymised where used in test and development environments.
Fulfilling subject access requests we have created scripts that can be run to pull down, or delete, all data on a subject, as per new requirements.
If you have any questions or queries relating to our provision for GDPR, please reach out to your Account Manager and they will be able to take forward your questions to the relevant teams internally or contact us on email@example.com.