Last updated: August 9th, 2021
Control over personal data is a fundamental right of every individual. With organisations across the world collecting customer data to enable them to provide services, it becomes important that companies manage data in a transparent manner with the customer’s consent.
GDPR, stands for “General Data Protection Regulation”. It is one of the most important changes made to data privacy regulations in the last two decades. It establishes a new framework for handling and protecting the personal data of EU-based residents and is in effect since May 25, 2018. It provides the citizens of the EU greater control over their personal data and assures them that their information is protected.
Although GDPR is a data protection framework for the citizens residing in the EU, it also applies to all companies that handle personal data of individuals from the EU. This means that almost every major corporation in the world needs to be GDPR compliant. If you or your organisation stores and processes personal data in connection to services or goods offered in EU, then the laws applies to you as well.
Brizy is fully committed to guarding our customers' privacy and online rights . That's why we've made some changes to fully comply with the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which goes into effect on May 25, 2018.
As an organisation, Brizy has always implemented and practiced processes which ensure that customer data is stored and processed in ways necessary only to serve our customers in the best possible way. Our privacy, security and data storage policies are also streamlined with the GDPR goals and objectives.
At Brizy we are committed towards providing a product which enables our customers to provide customer service responsibly by implementing and adhering to prescribed compliance policies. Being GDPR compliant is critical to our mission of providing our European and all our global customers with a safe and dependable website building software.
Disclaimer: This is for informational purposes only and should not be relied upon as legal advice or to determine how GDPR might apply to you and/or your organisation. We encourage you to obtain independent professional advice, before taking or refraining from any action on the basis of the information provided here.