The Brightcom Group, a global technology company that specializes in Internet-related services and products, which include Ad-tech, New Media and IoT based businesses across the globe, primarily in the digital eco-system, today announced its measures and readiness to the GDPR.
The General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”), which takes effect this Friday, May 25, 2018, is data privacy and protection regulation defined and enforced by the European Union. The GDPR imposes new rules regarding the processing of Personal Data of data subjects’ located in the EU. Key points about GDPR compliance are:
Key points about GDPR compliance which Brightcom has already worked upon are respecting data privacy, gathering consent & keeping proof of it, securing the digital infrastructure and training and preparing the teams to handle the customer’s data, as mandated by GDPR Regulations.
“Brightcom is well aligned with the underlying philosophy of GDPR and we see this as a great opportunity for firms, which are socially responsible towards integrity of private data of consumers, to actually surge ahead in deploying solutions that matter. We have established robust access controls and profile management to ensure that processes are in place”, said Suresh Reddy, Chairman& CEO of the Brightcom Group.
Brightcom Group was formerly known as LYCOS Internet Limited, NSE & BSE: “LYCOS”.
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