GDPR or General Data Protection Regulation is a regulation around data protection and privacy for all individuals within the European Union. It addresses the export of personal data outside the EU. The GDPR is primarily meant to provide more control to citizens and residents over their personal data and simplify the regulatory environment for international businesses by standardizing the requirements.
Customer can request access to their own personal data and we are answerable for the storage of your data
Customers enjoy the rights to transfer their data from one party to another.
Customers can delete or withdraw their consent to give access to their data at any point during business transactions.
This ensures that customers stay updated with the data and information that is being gathered and used.
At peopleHum, our ongoing commitment to privacy and security means that GDPR compliance is supported by our fundamental values of transparency, consistency, efficiency, & innovation. Through the continual improvement of regulations, along with our own best practices, we ensure each and every user, their personal data is as safe and secure as we can provide, and that all regulatory mandates are fully met.
The security process includes security obligations, enacting impact studies, appointing a data protection officer, and ensuring privacy by design. Here are the steps that we follow at peopleHum.
The information contained on this page is commentary on GDPR, as peopleHum understands and interprets it. This is not intended to be legal advice to be used for the application of GDPR in an organization, the information mentioned here as well as related documentation may change in future