Cloudlabs Ltd is pleased to announce its compliance with the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
This new regulation has lined up to go into effect on May 25, 2018. This new regulation builds on existing EU efforts to strengthen the safety and security of the personal data of EU data subjects. Any business within the EU, or even a worldwide business that has the minimum consumer footprint in the European Union, needs to take the necessary measures to become GDPR compliant.
Cloudlabs Ltd is an SME that specialises in producing tailored solutions for businesses. Founded by Charlo Callus in 2013, Cloudlabs Ltd, under the Cloudlabs99 brand, manages;
Cloudlabs Ltd has been preparing for GDPR for almost a year now. After completing an audit of its existing processes, policies and infrastructure and making the necessary changes, Cloudlabs Ltd is prepared to comply with the new regulation.
“We have been working very hard with our partners and consultants this past year in order to ensure the necessary compliance. As a company, we also have a team that is dedicated to keeping this compliance alive and law abiding. The safety of the data of our clients is extremely important to us.” says Charlo Callus, Managing Director of Cloudlabs Ltd.
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Cloudlabs Ltd Data Protection Officer