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Security & Compliance

EDMi are an authority on data security & GDPR compliance Australia and South East Asia. It astonishes us how very few businesses are aware of their data compliance obligations. A recent survey revealed as little as 20% of Australian business are aware of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) coming into effect in 2019. What’s more, failure to adhere to these new regulations can result in harsh fines damaging your organisations bottom line, brand image and customer relationships. 

GDPR Compliance Australia

GDPR stands for General Data Protection Regulation and refers to the EU law on data privacy which rolled out across Europe on May 25th, 2018.  In the APAC region, and for GDPR compliance Australia, businesses that are collecting EU residents personal data for business purposes, must comply. GDPR Australia laws require such companies to be Data compliant with regards to the storage, use, and privacy of people’s personal information/data.

Some of the key privacy and GDPR compliance requirements include:

  • Updating your privacy and cookies to comply with the GDPR

  • Appointment of a data protection officer to oversee GDPR

  • Requirement of clear consent of individuals for data processing

  • Protecting privacy by anatomising collected data 

  • Transferring data across borders in a safe and secure manner

  • Providing data breach warnings and notifications

EDMI’s Role in GDPR 

EDMI are shifting towards the collection of GDPR compliant PII with a heavy focus on information and compliance. Moreover, we are working on technological innovations for KYC (Know Your Customer) and ID verification solutions.

We act as a consultancy practice focusing on GDPR compliance Australia, the security of data, and to help organisations implement GDPR compliant procedures within their business. If you are unsure of your GDPR obligations, we can advise on whether you are affected and the best course of action/practices to ensure you are, and remain, compliant.  

To protect your organisation against data breaches, security and to ensure compliance responsibilities are met contact us for a free consultation today.