The GDPR has been in force since May 2018. It regulates how organisations operating in the EU shall gather, access, store and process personal data. The law, which replaced the Personal Data Act, shall give organisations incentives to strengthen their work on data protection issues, expand the protection of personal data and give individuals greater control over how their personal data is used.
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- 4% of total turnover is the maximum fine for a breach of the GDPR
- million was the total cost of sanctions for EU countries in 2020
- notifications of personal data breaches were made to the Swedish Data Protection Authority in 2019
Violation of the GDPR can lead to fines of up to SEK 200 million or 4% of total sales, whichever is higher.
Leaked or mishandled personal data can affect how the outside world views the company, and potentially lead to lost business.
If your company registers personal data without permission, the individuals concerned can claim damages from the one who is responsible for the personal data, ie you and your organization.
A few words from one of our clients
"Sentor performed sterling work, which made everyone in the organisation aware of GDPR and involved them in the process. Everyone was genuinely pleased when it felt like we were making progress and were on the right track."
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