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The Positive and Negative Implications of GDPR

  GDPR is being regarded as groundbreaking legislation and the appropriate measure required to aid governments and citizens in regaining control of data security. As with most governmental concerns that spiral into a frenzy, the GDPR regulation has been developed to manage data protection issues.


How GDPR Impacts Companies in the USA

General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) was implemented on May 25th and with this,  many European organisations have implemented protection processes that safeguard customer data. GDPR imposes stern data management and privacy protection requirements on any organisation that processes or holds the data of EU citizens or anyone inside the EU.


Update: TDS software now fully GDPR Compliant

It doesn’t matter if you’re American, European, Australian or live in Antarctica. If you have a website that European visitors use, visit, or buy from, then GDPR affects you from Friday, 25th May 2018.


GDPR Tip #3: Change of Mind

The third and final post in our GDPR mini-series, this post takes a look at how the new legislation aims to provide greater control to data subjects and the implications of this shift on your organisation's visitor management practices. 


GDPR Tip #2: Consent is Key

The first interaction for many entering your facility, your visitor management solution can make or break GDPR compliance particularly in the event of a site audit. Consider the scenario an auditor visits your offices and registers upon a digital or paper-based visitor management solution, personal data will be required to complete the check-in process (for example name or in the case of high-security facilities a scan of their government ID). How is this information captured, processed and stored? Is the process fully compliant?


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