With the adoption of the new General Data Protection Regulation, all businesses, organisations, and government authorities processing personal data have been put to test as they have to comply with the regulation’s increased data protection standards.

Even if your company only has a registered name or e-mail address, it is processing personal data. This means that you are subject to the General Data Protection Regulation, known as GDPR, and it is therefore important to be GDPR-compliant.

Being GDPR-compliant basically means that your company complies with the Danish Data Protection Act and the provisions contained in the General Data Protection Regulation. However, the General Data Protection Regulation can seem like an insurmountable task, because the regulation often raises more questions than answers.

Ples&Lindholm offers legal advice on all aspects of the General Data Protection Regulation.

We can help you:

  • Gain an overview of the types of data you have – and how much data is involved
  • Store data correctly
  • Word your data protection policy in relation to:
    • Employees
    • Clients
    • Business partners
    • Job seekers
  • Write your security policies in case of data violation
  • Determining what kind of data processing agreements you require
  • Ensuring transparency in your data handling
  • Drawing up data processing agreements
  • Drawing up procedures for handling personal data enquiries
  • Data management training
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