The European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is already entered into force and will fully apply in May 2018. Services collecting data in Europe without complying with these obligations are exposed to fines up to €20 million or, for companies, up to 4% of their global annual turnover (whichever is the greater), regardless of their locations. EuroPrivacy provides tailored services to:
EuroPrivacy encompasses the European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), the Swiss Law on Data Protection, and the relevant ISO standards. It emcompasses, products, services and information management systems, in an integrated manner. EuroPrivacy is supported by a network of Swiss and European experts active in data protection, privacy law and ICT technologies for over ten years and is endorsed by the European Center for Certification and Privacy (ECCP) in Luxembourg.
EuroPrivacy certification scheme has been designed with cutting-edge expertise from European research projects and is continuously improved to take into account the evolution of the international, European and national norms. EuroPrivacy is the first privacy certification scheme designed to address emerging technologies, such as Internet of Things deployments and Smart Cities, with global leaders and experts in this domain. It benefits from ongoing Horizon 2020 European research projects on privacy and cyber security, including Privacy Flag (privacy certification), ANASTACIA (privacy and security seal), SAINT (cybersecurity), Create-IoT (trusted IoT) and U4IoT. In U4IoT, EuropPrivacy methodology is used by the project to assess and monitor personal data protection in the five European Large Scale Pilots (LSPs) on the Internet of Things financed by the European Commission on smart cities, wearables, smart transportation, smart agriculture, and smart homes. The five LSPs gather over 150 European companies and research centers.
on personal data protection to prevent legal and financial risks.