storing files GDPR compliant

If you process personal data, storing it securely should be at the top of your list. Whether the data you hold is small or large, it must meet the criteria required by GDPR and relevant Data Protection Laws. To be GDPR compliant, you must have adequate measures in place to ensure that data is not willfully or accidentally, deleted, amended, destroyed, disclosed and transmitted.

gdpr compliant

Follow these steps to ensure you are GDPR compliant.

Step 1.

Data should be pseudonymized and encrypted whether at rest or in transit to ensure the best levels of security. It is best to be more secure than less secure. If you take as many avenues as possible to secure the data, then the likelihood of it being compromised is less likely.

Step 2.

Incorporate relevant security policies and measures to ensure transparency in how you process personal data. Be clear about how these policies provide sufficient security solutions to reduce or remove any risks.

Step 3.

Review your security measures every few months to keep up to date with the ever-changing technology world.

data security

Here are just some of the security measures we have in place at LeadLabs to stay GDPR compliant:

We at Lead Labs ensure that the data which is stored within our servers adhere to Data Protection Law and GDPR advice, and these are just some of the security measure we have in place:

  • All corporate users – web visitor data is ecrypted so that if we had a hack, the data would be useless
  • Personal data and other data is segregated
  • corporate user data and partner data are also encrypted

 

Leadlabs lead capture tools help you to capture data while staying GDPR compliant, taking away the headache for you. Try LeadLabs for free.

Tags:
James
James@leadlabs.com

We promise. No spam.