The GDPR compliance is mandatory for the organizations, which collect, control, store and process the personal information of the customers in their respective services and businesses. Article 13, 14, and 15 are closely related GDPR physical security compliance. These articles spell out the restricted conditions for collecting, processing and transferring of the personal data based on robust access control security.
The data collected through CCTV surveillance cameras, identity based physical access data, biometric information and personal information are fully governed by the GDPR regulations from 25 May 2018.
According to Ovum report, more than 70% of the US companies operating in the European market are facing a budget increase pressure to achieve DGPR compliance in the EU countries.
This report further finds that more than 85% of the US based companies are finding themselves in a disadvantageous situation due to GDPR regulation including GDPR access control compliance requirements.
The main points related to GDPR access control compliance include:
Does Your Company Require GDPR Compliance?
All companies that deal with the data collection, data processing, data sharing and data storing of the natural people living in the European countries are required to adopt GDPR compliance. In addition, any company based in other countries, but operate in Europe will be subject to this regulation.
The GDPR regulation is in evolution phase, with many moving pieces. The data protection, privacy, processing and data sharing restrictions have been devised, but no standard procedural guidelines are available yet. However, these are the main points that can be helpful in getting your company compliant with the GDPR regulations:
For a GDPR physical security compliance company, check for the following checklist items:
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