GDPR contains 11 chapters and nearly 100 articles. Below are some of the most important articles.
European Union – General Data Protection Regulation
Article 5: “Principles for the processing of personal data”: iGeeksRadar is a reliable administrator of personal data. Customer data can only be used to provide educational services. These data are not sold or used for marketing purposes.
Article 17: “Right to Forget”: Schools can exclude iGeeksRadar users at any time. Individual users can delete the data added to iGeeksRadar at any time. iGeeksRadar quickly removes data from schools that no longer use iGeeksRadar .
Article 32: “Processing Security”: iGeeksRadar stores all confidential and secure personal information. iGeeksRadar team members are subject to contractual confidentiality agreements. iGeeksRadar data security measures include internal policies and procedures for data management, personal data access restrictions, data encryption (for inactive data and data transmission), monitoring of the data system, contingency plans, and unauthorised individuals who have access to personal information while using communications networks be transmitted.
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Article 33: “Notification of a breach of personal data to the supervisory authority”: The GDPR requires the supervisory authority to notify the GDPR within 72 hours of the discovery of a breach of personal data. Identify a security breach that results in unauthorised disclosure of personal information: iGeeksRadar immediately notifies affected customers, conducts an investigation, and restores the integrity of their data systems as soon as possible. iGeeksRadar will fully cooperate and send the required reports to those affected by this violation.
Article 35: Impact Assessment Impact Assessment: iGeeksRadar performs various safety assessments of our systems. Some safety tests are done every year, others more often and others are done continuously.
Article 37: “Appointment of a Data Protection Officer”: iGeeksRadar has a designated Data Protection Officer who is authorized to perform security controls and has an impact on product development.
Article 44: “General principle of transmission”: In order to promote the sovereignty/residence of data in the MSG, the Regulation authorises the European Commission to decide whether it is a third country or a third country to which the data are transmitted become the right path Protection level Since the GDPR is new, the Commission has not yet authorized a third country or territory. iGeeksRadar customers in the EU or UK are assigned to an EU data center (Frankfurt, Germany). This EU data center manages all required iGeeksRadar applications and data servers. Outside this data center, servers are not used to store data or provide services to customers in the EU or the UK.