Data protection (GDPR)

General data protection regulation (GDPR) is complex, and the practice in this field is constantly changing. Therefore, it might be difficult to identify all your obligations pursuant to GDPR and all the procedures you need to implement in your company.

If you are not sure that your business is fully GDPR compliant, we can assist you with any of the following:

• Privacy policy, cookie policy

• Website terms and conditions

• Internal company policy

• Special contractual clauses

• Review of existing GDPR policies and clauses, second opinion

• Video surveillance procedures

• General GDPR compliance for employees, clients

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