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The new regulation is coming to replace the previous laws on personal data protection which can not meet the needs of data exchange and information of the digital age.

Update:  Inform your customers about the new regulation and state why you are processing their data and how long you will store it.

Consent:  Ask for their  explicit consent to the processing of their personal data. Do you collect data from children on social media? Check the age limit for their parents’ consent.

Access and portability:  Give your customers access so they can process their data and let them transfer it to another company if they wish.

Delete data:  Give them the «right to forget «. Delete their personal data if they request it, but only if it does not affect freedom of expression or the ability to conduct research.

🔥 Marketing:  List of free online courses  Allow your customers to opt out of marketing your business using their personal data. 🤑

Protection of sensitive data:  Use additional protection measures for information regarding their sensitive personal data (race or nationality, religion and policies, sexual, consumer beliefs, etc.)

Transfer of data outside the EU:  Make legal arrangements with your customers when you are about to transfer their data to countries that have not been approved by the EU authorities.

The time left until the start of the GDPR is limited and the preparation process is very important for the legal security of your business. So do not waste time, start immediately planning and developing measures that will ensure the personal data of your customers and the compatibility of your business with the GDPR.

🤓  SSL Certificate: The 1st step for the List of free online courses ✅

The primary purpose of the European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR ), which enters into force on 25 May 2018 , is to strengthen the rights to the personal data of all persons residing in the European Union. Therefore, all companies and organizations that manage personal data (through any channel) should be properly prepared to comply with the new regulation.

The largest exchange of data  takes place through the internet (websites and applications ), where users-individuals provide their personal information to companies and organizations in order to receive services and products or exchange emails containing personal data. Websites and applications that collect, process, and exchange such data must have an SSL encryption protocol to ensure that these actions are encrypted via a secure HTTPS connection: //

What is SSL?

The SSL is the abbreviation of the words Secure Socket Layers and creates a secure connection between the website and the visitor (computer, mobile, tablet, etc) and vice versa. SSL certificates ensure secure, encrypted data transfer between the two parties, preventing data interception, such as user accounts, messages, etc. It also helps the user to confirm the identity of the application or the website by clicking on the padlock and reading more details about its owner.

I do not have an e-shop, do I need SSL?

Yes, you need SSL even if you do not have an eShop, because sensitive and personal data is not only managed by eshops. Every website that asks you to login keeps personal data. This of course is not bad, as long as the respective site meets the minimum security requirements.

Does your website have SSL?

When you enter a website that uses an SSL certificate , there are certain features that prove that you are online securely connected .

• Green padlock on the browser address bar.

• The https prefix that appears in front of the website domain ( https: // instead of http: //).

• The symbol of the company that provides the ssl certificate.

• Green bar: The identity of the website.

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If your website, application or eshop does not display any of the above features it means that the data is not encrypted and the connection is not secure for your users / customers.

We suggest you take the first step for the GDPR and immediately arrange for the purchase and installation of an SSL certificate  which will consistently meet the needs of your website, eshop or application.   At DNHOST we have a wide variety of SSL certificates  at the best possible cost & SSL installation service by specialized technical staff.