General Data Protection Regulation
The European Union (“EU”) General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”) came into force on May 25, 2018 and effected the most significant changes to EU data protection law in two decades. The regulation harmonized and established a minimum standard of data protection across the EU. The GDPR codified the rights of natural persons in the protection and processing of their personal data. Correspondingly, it requires data controllers and data processors to implement appropriate security measures and safeguards for personal data processing.
At CalAmp, we are committed to the security and protection of the personal data that we process. Preparing for the GDPR has been an ongoing project for CalAmp. We have worked with, and will continue working with, expert external advisors, legal counsel, engineers, IT experts, and security consultants to implement robust data protection systems that comply with the GDPR’s requirements. We appreciate that our customers have requirements under the GDPR that are directly impacted by their use of our products and solutions, and we are committed to helping our customers fulfill their requirements under GDPR.
To that end, our ongoing GDPR preparations have included a comprehensive review of relevant internal processes, procedures, and documentation. Additionally, we have developed, and continue to develop and implement, data protection policies, procedures, controls and security measures for GDPR compliance, addressing the requirements and standards of the GDPR including: data protection, data retention, data breaches, and international data transfers.Where applicable, we enter into data processing agreements.
CalAmp is dedicated to helping our customers comply with the GDPR. We have closely analyzed the requirements of the GDPR and are working to make enhancements to our products, solutions, contracts, and documentation to help support CalAmp’s and our customers’ compliance with the GDPR. Our customers can trust that CalAmp has made GDPR compliance a priority and have devoted significant resources toward our efforts to comply with the GDPR.
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