Purepoint becomes GDPR compliant
On 25 May new GDPR laws came into effect that require businesses to protect the personal data and privacy of clients and citizens throughout the EU.
A failure to protect data can result in harsh penalties totalling millions of pounds, or 2% of global turnover, whichever is highest.
Over the past six months, Purepoint has been updating and tightening its already highly secure processes to ensure that the company, staff, and projects are fully GDPR compliant.
This means that companies and organisations that work with us can relax in the knowledge that all their data remains within the safest of hands.
As part of our Digital Transformation services, we can also guide companies and organisations through important GDPR processes so that they themselves can ensure that their information remains protected from hackers and data leaks.
For more information about how we could help your company with GDPR, send us a message via our contact page.