The General Data Protection Regulation - GDPR
Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of 27 April 2016 on the protection of personal data (General Data Protection Regulation) consists of a number of rules adopted by the EU which are to protect personal data in the EU. Protection is afforded through new and more stringent requirements as to the processing of data. The General Data Protection Regulation applies to all countries that are members of the EU and will be the primary source of law for the processing of personal data in Denmark.
At RIB, you are in safe hands
At RIB, we know how important it is to meet the requirements of the General Data Protection Regulation. When our customers use our applications, RIB becomes data processor as we process data on behalf of the customer. We take the role of data processor very seriously and it is important for us that we meet all requirements of the General Data Protection Regulation. It is also important for our customers that RIB meets the regulation and ensures that they can continue to use our applications without contravening the regulation. With RIB as collaborator and data processor, you are in safe hands!
Requirement to have a data processing agreement
According to the Danish Data Protection Act, data controllers must conclude a written agreement with the data processor in the form of a data processing agreement when they engage a processor. Therefore, we have drawn up a data processing agreement that is in accordance with the requirements of the General Data Protection Regulation in respect of the conclusion of data processing agreements. In that way, our customers in their capacity as data controllers are sure that their processing of personal data meets the requirements of the regulation. The purpose is to ensure that both our customers and we operate on a contractual basis that supports the GDPR.
Therefore, we invite all our customers who have an agreement with RIB to conclude a data processing agreement.
To see a list of RIB's data processors - click here.