Out of the Box GDPR Aligned Destruction and Recycling Services

The  May deadline to become GDPR compliant is fast-approaching, and Data Eliminate has taken necessary steps to ensure compliance with the forthcoming EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) both as a Data Controller and Data Processor.

What is GDPR?

If you’re unfamiliar with the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation), it’s a regulation designed to strengthen and unify data protection for all individuals within the European Union, effective 25th of May 2018. With affect immediately

This means a person will have more rights, freedoms, and control over how their data is used. It also includes some behind-the-scenes requirements in regards to how that data and information are stored.

What does that mean for me?

If you handle or process the data of any person in the EU, GDPR will apply to you whether you’re located in the EU or not.

How has Data Eliminate prepared for GDPR?

Data Eliminate had an established base of policies, procedures and operational methods as part of providing high security services for the past ten year.  These have been extensively reviewed, updated and enhanced in order to incorporate the requirements of the Regulation. This has includes a full analysis of the data we hold and inspection by external privacy experts of our overall approach to verify that our internal understanding of the Regulation is aligned with those of other organisations.

Out of the Box GDPR Aligned Destruction and Recycling Services

Our HMG Corporate and Military Grade services include features designed to comply with GDPR.  This includes a formal contract for each engagement containing the required clauses, a full audit trail showing details of assets process and a Certificate of Destruction backed by £2 million of professional indemnity cover.    Customers should find these services align with their GDPR Compliance needs

Questions? Please contact us

As always, we’re here if you’ve got any questions! Drop us an email at: info@dataeliminate.com

To read our official GDPR statement on our website, please click here