GDPR Interim Statement

The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into force on May 25, 2018. The EU GDPR applies to individuals and businesses and along with existing data privacy legislation, it regulates the way in which personal data of EU citizens should be handled and harmonises data privacy legislation across the EU.

Chrisbeon place a high priority on protecting and managing data in accordance with the accepted standards.

Chrisbeon adheres to the requirements of the existing Data Protection Act and is in the process of further strengthening security and data processing procedures to ensure full compliance with latest EU GDPR legislation

Chrisbeon is undertaking a full review of our internal security arrangements and data protection processes to ensure that they meet or exceed GDPR requirements.

The main elements of our compliance project include

Ensuring our IT and physical security processes meet GDPR standards
A data mapping process to review where data is held and who has access
A review of how this data is secured
Data protection and EU GDPR awareness training..
Updating of all our privacy and policy documentation in line with GDPR requirements
Implementation of an easily accessible online end users subject access request service

Chrisbeon is also reviewing its supplier contracts to ensure GDPR compliance throughout its supply chain.

This web page will be updated as our GDPR project progresses and will include links to our updated policy documentation and end users subject access request service when available.

If you have any enquiries regarding GDPR or Chrisbeon’s data policy please fill in the form below.

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