On May 25th, the EU’s new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will go into effect, and any company working with the data of an EU citizen will need to be in compliance, including consumer reporting agencies who perform background checks on EU citizens.
If you qualify under this rule, there are four areas where these new regulations may touch on your processes:
- Disclosure forms and opt outs
- Breach notifications
- Data erasure and portability
- Privacy impact assessments.
Check out our blog post on this topic (and view the webinar below) to learn more and help you get started as you work with your legal counsel to make sure you’re compliant.
In our expert panel last week at TazWorks User Group, Monserrat Miller, partner at Arnall Golden Gregory LLP, explained that the most important pieces of the GDPR that CRAs should pay attention to are articles 3, 6, 10, 13, 27, and 28. Log in to tazsupport.com to view the highlights (full video will be available later today).
What IS the GDPR, what is TazWorks doing about it, and what does it mean for you? Learn more by viewing our webinar below to learn all the basics from Kevin Abbott, a partner at the Cadence Group, and Natalie Mirando, TazWorks director of revenue protection.