What will change with the RGPD* ?
The RGPD is applicable to any company that collects, records, processes or transmits personal data** of residents of the European Union. The use of unsecured file transfer or file sharing tools to exchange personal data with EU citizens could lead to fines for non-compliance, which could reach 4% of turnover annual. Faced with this challenge, it should be ensured that the security systems, authentication and encryption techniques used for the external transmission of personal data are secure and comply with the RGPD.
How BLUEFILES OFFERS YOU A COMPLIANCE WITH RGPD ON EXTERNAL DATA TRANSFER
BlueFiles allows you to implement the controls you need to ensure file transfers in accordance with the RGPD.
PRIVACY BY DESIGN
The RGPD imposes the "Privacy By Design", that is to say a complete and automatic protection of personal data through an encryption device and end-to-end security. Any collection or transmission of personal data to or from customers or third parties must incorporate this principle by default. BlueFiles encrypts end-to-end data with recipient authentication while remaining very easy to use.
THE RIGHT TO BE FORGOTTEN
The RGPD provides the possibility for any customer / user / individual to request the deletion, as soon as possible, of personal data concerning him. The data controller is then obliged to erase this data as soon as possible. You can recommend to use BlueFiles Printer for the transmission of their personal data. Thus they can enforce themselves the right to be forget by removing these data once they are no longer useful, and this, regardless of the subcontract chain opposite.
The RGPD introduces the possibility of transferring personal data from one platform / service to another. If a customer wishes to exercise his right to recover all his personal data, BlueFiles allows you to transmit items securely by ensuring the confidentiality and receipt of items by the correct correspondents.
The RGPD also requires the creation and maintenance of a register which, over time, lists all the operations performed on the personal data. BlueFiles is a history of all data-related shares with cryptographic lookup reports that the controller has full control over.