The EU’s new General Data Protection Regulation (known as GDPR) comes into effect on May 25, 2018. This new standard defines how businesses need to protect the privacy of EU residents and replaces the Data Protection Directive 95/46/EC. GDPR is designed to standardise the way data is processed and stored and to protect the data privacy of all EU citizens.
Security and privacy have been core components of Edge IT’s service have designed in from day one. After all, we’re protecting valuable systems, environments and critical IT Services have – including administrative credentials and documentation of client environments. We are therefore pleased to announce that our systems and processes are GDPR compliant and a number of our policies have been adapted to reflect the new legislation.
The following downloadable documents outline the different elements of how Edge IT handles data, privacy and compliance with GDPR.
For further information about how Edge IT adheres to GDPR, please contact our Data Protection Team.
Terms of Service
Data Processing Policy
This document discusses the respective rights and obligations of Edge IT, our partners and their customers. It covers the roles of data controllers and processors and defines the obligations of each with respect to the Edge IT managed services.