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RODO and backup. What do businesses have to remember?
The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which came into force on 25 May 2018, has introduced many changes in the treatment of digital information held by businesses. One of the main requirements of GDPR is the ability to restore the availability of a system following an incident. And this is closely related to backup and making security copies.
Małgorzata Zabieglińska-Lupa says that, to comply with GDPR, companies have to think about data security. Security means backups, data access, and storage. Purchasing such services from a professional provider confirms that our business complies with GDPR.
Has the implementation of GDPR changed the IT services market?
“I think it has alarmed small and medium customers, and businesses that haven’t really been aware that they have been processing personal data. Larger companies have known about this for a long time, so have made sure to develop appropriate policies”, says Małgorzata Zabieglińska-Lupa.
“GDPR addresses issues that have been long discussed in IT companies. For example, the main rules for backing up data are very similar to what has been implemented for some time now. There are the requirements of data availability, authenticity and integration, which need to be the same for backup and source data. We have been offering such services for a long time. As for confidentiality of stored data, we can guarantee that third parties have no access to systems entrusted to us. Access is always authorized by customers or by responsible staff in our company. Our service package is a guarantee for every business that all GDPR requirements will be complied with”, says Artur Kurleto.