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Versusconsulting supports you in your compliance with the GDPR

The RGPD is an opportunity to structure and secure your processes and your information system to ensure the protection of personal data.

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Versusconsulting offer you 4 steps to understand the issues and consequences of the GDPR and facilitate your compliance.

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    Test your compliance with the GDPR

    Versusconsulting offers you 4 steps to understand its challenges and effects and to facilitate your compliance with it.

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    Challenges and penalties

    After being set out by the European Union in December 2015, the GDPR will enter into force on 25 May 2018. This will oblige companies to identify the personal data.

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    The 7 main principles to follow

    The GDPR has defined 7 basic principles of data protection that you will need to apply to your business compliance.

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    Our solutions

    Versusconsulting will assist you in your compliance with the GDPR through tailor-made services and turnkey solutions to guarantee the protection of your personal data.

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Doctor Philippe Saury

"We have required Versusconsulting’s expertise for an evaluation audit of our esthetic surgery practice compliance with the GDPR. The process started with a questionnaire in order to verify 160 points of compliance. The tool is very well designed, it is quick to use and the wording is easy to understand for the IT novices that we are. The auditor masters the GDPR perfectly..."

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Versusmind : Our GDPR articles

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The GDPR from a legal perspective

Internet hacked by Community law starting from 25 May 2018? Or how the GDPR will substantially change the collection and processing of personal data...

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Compliance method and tools

The GDPR from a legal perspective

The European Regulation on the Protection of Individuals with regard to the Processing of Personal Data and on the Free Movement of Data (GDPR), applicable on 25 May 2018, constitutes a fundamental change in the data protection paradigm.

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