German users check their mobile phones on average 214 times per day. Even on holiday, in hospital, at the doctor’s surgery, when out shopping, dining or visiting the library, they don’t like going without. Those who don’t go with the flow risk losing customers. However, operators face new obligations that came into force on May 25th, 2018 with the GDPR. The new regulations mean not only higher fines than was previously the case; they also make imposing penalties an obligation rather than a matter of discretion.
What do you need to do to stay on the right side of the law? The login process is all-important in this regard as data is processed at this stage. Here are the most important criteria:
The IACBOX keeps you on the right side of the law when it comes to data privacy. The IACBOX already offered data-saving and privacy-friendly basic settings as well as deletion and anonymisation functions. It now also features data protection information for end users; every login page provides information relating to anonymisation and deletion periods. The new, optional Privacy Toolkit module offers additional options for creating a data processing directory under consideration of specific login methods and database connections as well as convenient options for privacy by design/default settings, a non-disclosure and data processor agreement, checks, help texts and access logging.
You can find more information about the Privacy Toolkit here.
This article was also published in IT-BUSINESS 4.2018.
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