What is GDPR
The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is implemented on May 25, 2018 and introduces a number of new provisions on how organizations process and use data.
The purpose of the Regulation is to strengthen and standardize the legislation on the protection of personal data for all EU citizens. This Regulation applies to any organization that collects and stores personal data (known as Processor) and also any other organization that operates under the instructions and instructions of the Data Controller (Executor). The employees of the organization, including contractors, consultants, agents and third parties who have access to the data, either directly or indirectly, are responsible for compliance.
The GDPR significantly increases the organization's obligations and responsibilities regarding the way it collects, uses and protects personal data. At the heart of this new legislation is the requirement of full transparency from the part of the organization on how to use and safeguard personal data, as well as the requirement of accountability for their data processing activities.
In accordance with the GDPR regulation, the Greek Financial Council posts on its website, your fundamental rights and our corresponding obligations regarding the protection of personal data.