The General European Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) begins on 25 May 2018. This important piece of regulation entails new obligations for companies such as Daiteo which process personal data. GDPR also establishes new rights for the people whose data is being processed, in particular the right to forget and the right to data portability.

Daiteo has already taken all the necessary measures to be GDPR compliant, and therefore offers its services within a secure and clear legal framework. Since the beginning of its activities, Daiteo’s main focus has been the protection of personal data and the application of GDPR provides an opportunity to strengthen this protection for the benefit of Daiteo’s customers and, ultimately, the people whose data is processed.

Among the measures implemented by Daiteo to ensure GDPR compliance:

the establishment of a clear contractual framework, where the obligations and responsibilities of Daiteo and its customers with regards to the collection and processing of personal data are precisely defined. It should be noted that, as part of the services offered to its customers, Daiteo acts as a subcontractor for them. It is therefore also the responsibility of the latter to ensure that their operations comply with GDPR, in particular with regards to the collection of personal data which is then transmitted to Daiteo;

The creation by Daiteo of a register of processing operations, identifying and updating all processing operations carried out on the personal data transmitted to it. The implementation of a procedure to secure personal data to reduce as much as possible the risks of data breach, and the implementation of a CNIL (Commission nationale de l’informatique et des libertés) information protocol in the event of such a breach.

To learn more about how Daiteo uses your data, you can read the following documents:

  • If you are a prospect, customer or simply a visitor to the website, you can consult our complete privacy policy by clicking here or access the information relating to prospecting and commercial communication here.
  • If you have applied for a job position at Daiteo, you can find detailed information about how your data is processed.
  • If you are part of a company that uses Daiteo, any information relating to the processing of your personal data must be requested directly from your employer, in which case Daiteo acts as a subcontractor.
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