What is GDPR?
The EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a set of regulations introduced by the EU member states put in place to protect organizations’ use of personal data.
The regulation outlines a list of rules that all companies operating in the EU must apply to in order to avoid substantial fees – up to 4% of an organization’s global revenue.
At no-more, we know that our clients are very keen on being compliant with GDPR. Thus, in order for us to serve our clients, GDPR is naturally a key priority for us at no-more.
GDPR specific efforts at no-more
In order to increase our compliance with the new GDPR regulation we have completed the following initiatives
Full transparency on all customer data
Customizable automatic file deletion
Updated standard terms
Update of content marketing consent
Personal data management & transparency
See the list of personal data stored with no-more and external providers
What we track, the services we provide and how they are – as well as your option to turn some of them off
Automated file deletion processes
We delete different types of customer related files – and allow for customization
Standard terms and conditions
Our standard terms and conditions have been updated to reflect GDPR related changes
Data processing agreement
Read our data processing agreement as one of the inputs for GDPR compliance
Handling of other confidential information
We have several existing processes in place to handle confidential information
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