From May 2018, all organizations that handle the data of EU residents will be required to comply with a single set of rules in relation to data governance, regardless of where the organization is located. The introduction of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will materially impact the way in which data is stored, shared and moved and this will have a significant impact on the working practices of the executive search professional. The legislation will give individuals greater rights and control over their data by way of consent as well as the power to access, rectify or erase information held and the right to be informed.
Invenias is committed to full compliance with the GDPR. Whilst the formal date for the legislation is still some time away, we know and understand that we need to support compliance well in advance of the deadline. Our customers can have confidence that they are on the right platform and are fully supported in their compliance journey.
Privacy has always been at the heart of our business and is an essential part of what we do. Our customers rely on us to take care of their sensitive and confidential data, and that of their candidates and clients, as carefully as we would our own.
The Invenias GDPR Module, part of the Invenias Global Data Privacy Framework, allows our customers to manage their data privacy with minimum disruption to their business. We can confidently commit to providing customers with an easy and intuitive way to manage their data, whilst meeting the heightened requirements of the new legislation on their own terms.
Submit your questions to our team of data protection experts at email@example.com.
Vicky Maxwell Davies, Managing Partner, SavannahVIEW CUSTOMER STORIES
Daniel Aghdami, Founder and Managing Partner, DART Talent and Executive SearchVIEW CUSTOMER STORIES
Richard Watson, IT Director, Sheffield HaworthVIEW CUSTOMER STORIES
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