Since 2018 the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) sets strict rules on privacy. It limits which data can be stored, used and transmitted. This regulation has a direct impact on the organisation of business processes and the IT architecture of organisations. Can you adequately exclude sensitive personal data? Are your IT systems completely privacyproof and prepared for the future developments of GDPR?

The expansion of privacy rights is of considerable influence on the processing of data and that is a good thing as well. There have now been enough examples in the news of data leakage from organizations that have carelessly handled their data. Hackers took the chance to expose citizens sensitive information and had a huge influence on the reputations of organisations. The GPDR laws and regulations must protect against this kind of privacyviolence and oblige organizations to deal carefully with sensitive data. Organizations are obliged to demonstrate and understand how data is being processed. In many organizations it is a complex process to be completely GDPR0proof. Not nearly every system is suitable for these adjustments.

A generic solution to standardize the communication and security of all your systems at once and simplify changes to your systems lies in the use of the Easy bus platform. Regardless of the type of system or app, the platform can protect your data and exclude specific data. The platform structures the IT landscape and makes it transparent. What makes it easier to demonstrate how data is processed.

“Once you’ve lost your privacy, you realize you’ve lost an extremely valuable thing.”