On May 25th 2018, the EU GDPR act will come into effect and impact the way businesses collect and hold data on EU subjects. The GDPR is a new privacy law that harmonizes and modernizes all EU countries’ data protection requirements and is designed to improve the way organizations manage personal data. It is a law aimed to protect the rights of the EU citizens.
Although there are many new or enhanced requirements, the core principles remain unaltered. New rules have extended the definition of personal data and expanded the reach to affect any company, even those outside EU, that collect personal information of individuals in the EU region. Our position, obligations and responsibilities are articulated in the data privacy notices and policy, all stored on this site.
Catapult's commitment to data privacyCatapult is committed to protect all personal data of Catapult network members that is used within Catapult’s databases. We ensure our obligations regarding data we store as a part of our operations and services.
Key areas we are currently working with: · Updating agreements with data processing and privacy policies.· Enhancing processes, services and products with supporting privacy initiatives to help us fulfill our obligations.
This site provides more information on GDPR and how it affects customers, prospects and all subjects in our business domain. The full customer privacy notice introduction can be found from the provided link. If you have more specific inquiries not addressed here, please contact our founder email@example.com.