General Data Protection Regulation
The GDPR has transformed how personal data is collected, shared and used globally. To ensure GDPR compliance, organizations will need to make changes to policies, processes and contracts, as well as in technical and organizational measures.
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) imposes new rules on organizations in the European Union (EU) and those that offer goods and services to people in the EU, or that collect and analyze data tied to EU residents, no matter where they are located.
GDPR Consultation Service
Our team of expert and experienced cyber security and privacy consultants offers GDPR consultation services. We help you identify every single process or security gaps into your business and help you eradicate it so that organization can comply with the GDPR privacy and security standards.
About Exploit Hunters
Exploit Hunters is into the business of cyber security and privacy since 2016. We are the very first and only cyber security research and consultation company based in central India. We are part of Startup India. Govt of India's flagship scheme to promote startup culture in India.
We know cyber security and privacy sounds complex and at some point it is, but our consultants are known for their capabilities to make complex things easy for business people and help them understand the key needs.
Any organization that collects, stores, process data of EU residents or offers good and services, fall under GDPR and they must have comply with it, irrespective to their locations. If you are not based in European Union but doing business with EU residents then also you have to comply with GDPR.
Non-compliance with GDPR may cost your business €20 million or 4% of your annual global revenue (whichever higher). If you are outside of European Union and does not comply with GDPR and continue doing business then you may face severe business sanctions from the authorities.
GDPR does not offer any exemptions on the basis business size or revenue. The only exemption is businesses with fewer then 250 employees do not have to keep the data processing records and does not have to hire a dedicated data protection officer.
Under GDPR organizations must have to report data breach within 72 hours of the detection. If they fails to do so they may face penalties €10 million or 2% of their annual global revenue (whichever higher).