Saturn Corporation Announces GDPR Compliance
LARGO, MD – May 19, 2018
Saturn Corporation is an Enterprise Software Technology Provider of Database and CRM solutions. The company provides complex Constituent Database and CRM (Constituent Relationship Management) solutions to clients around the globe. Saturn solicits contracts in the Non-Profit, Foundation, Public Media, Higher Education, and Call Center markets.
Saturn Corporation is pleased to announce it is fully GDPR compliant. For complete details, see the Privacy tab at the Saturn website (www.saturncorp.com)
What does GDPR stand for?
General Data Protection Regulation.
How did it come about?
In January 2012, the European Commission set out plans for data protection reform across the European Union in order to make Europe ‘fit for the digital age’. Almost four years later, an agreement was reached on what that involved and how it will be enforced.
One of the key components of the reforms is the introduction of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). This new EU framework applies to organizations in all member-states and has implications for businesses and individuals across Europe, and beyond.
“The digital future of Europe can only be built on trust. With solid common standards for data protection, people can be sure they are in control of their personal information,” said Andrus Ansip, vice-president for the Digital Single Market, speaking when the reforms were agreed in December 2015.
What is GDPR?
At its core, GDPR is a new set of rules designed to give EU citizens more control over their personal data. It aims to simplify the regulatory environment for business so both citizens and businesses in the European Union can fully benefit from the digital economy.
The reforms are designed to reflect the world we’re living in now and brings laws and obligations – including those around personal data, privacy, and consent – across Europe up to speed for the internet-connected age.
Fundamentally, almost every aspect of our lives revolves around data. From social media companies to banks, retailers, and governments — almost every service we use involves the collection and analysis of our personal data. Your name, address, credit card number and more all collected, analyzed and, perhaps most importantly, stored by organizations.
What is GDPR compliance?
Data breaches inevitably happen. Information gets lost, stolen or otherwise released into the hands of people who were never intended to see it — and those people often have malicious intent.
Under the terms of GDPR, not only will organizations have to ensure that personal data is gathered legally and under strict conditions, but those who collect and manage it will be obliged to protect it from misuse and exploitation, as well as to respect the rights of data owners – or face penalties for not doing so.
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