DigitalMe supports organisations with:
  • The analysis of their current ‘data-situation’;
  • Straightening out their data- processes and systems
  • The necessary culture change needed to cope with a new way to handle customer data
  • Adapting to the European General Data Protection Regulation.

Data protection and privacy

DigitalMe has many years of experience in the field of Personal Data and Privacy. We are an interdisciplinary group of professionals to help organisations to develop the next groundbreaking step. Thereby we focus on the individual.

You can approach personal data protection in two ways: as a compliance issue for the legal and compliance departments within your company, but also as an opportunity for the development of new, innovative and more sustainable earnings models.

Think about new forms of service, greater efficiency and the use of new technologies in the area of privacy and security by design. In the latter case, it is not about costs but about investments that can yield returns. Thus protection of personal data becomes a management key issue.

QuickScan Data protection
Quickscan Data protection - EN
Quickscan Gegevensbescherming - NL

Masterclass

In this master class we expand your knowledge of the new rules on personal data protection, clarify what you definitely should not do and give you ideas on the opportunities offered by the new rules for the protection of personal data. Opportunities that can lead to new earnings models.

We explain the rules and provide you with an opportunity to read it again after this master class. We will show you the pitfalls and how to avoid them. After this master class you have the necessary handles not only in solutions to potential threats but also opportunities for the development of new, innovative and more sustainable earnings models.

Master class Data protection
Masterclass Data protection - EN
Masterclass Gegevensbescherming - NL

Long arm of the "Right of Transferability of Data”

Under the European general data protection regulation (GDPR), an organisation is accountable when it processes personal data. This accountability remains in place when transferring this data from one controller to another. This can lead to joint and several liabilities of each controller in the chain. However, there is a solution that prevents this. Additional information currently in Dutch only

GDPR
De lange arm van het "Recht op overdraagbaarheid van gegevens" - NL

GDPR API

As of May 2018, your customers have the right to collect their personal data from you and transfer that data to another party (data portability). Various studies indicate that an overwhelming majority intends to do so. Additionally, you will now have a responsibility for processing personal data. All of this leads to an undesired chain of responsibilities. DigitalMe has written a paper on how to tackle this.

GDPR API
GDPR-API - EN
GDPR-API - NL