With the increasing internationalization of business, national borders and, among other things, cross-border data traffic are becoming more and more blurred. We are specialized in comprehensive data protection consulting across the entire European legal jurisdiction – especially concerning EU-GDPR.

Global markets, global data processing: The accounting department in Eastern Europe, the customer service in Asia, the media server overseas – transborder data traffic is gaining significance. And the dataflow is not ebbing away but generating increasingly bigger waves.

It is obvious that the volume of data transfer worldwide will grow even more, e.g. through autonomous driving, latest standard mobile networks and the increasing use of high definition media streaming. Along with it grows the challenge of achieving more stability of the law in terms of data protection within international dataflow. In 2016 the EU introduced the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), creating a legally reliable basis for all companies making business in the EU. In 2018 these laws became binding.

Legal certainty through EU-GDPR.

The EU-GDPR merged previously existing national laws of the European Union member states into a unitary EU regulation. For all companies with a registered office within the EU, these rules now apply in reference to data protection rights.

This is where Data Business Services comes into play: We actively consult and support companies, data protection officers and IT-supervisors with all issues concerning European data protection in regard to the GDPR.

At the moment Data Business Service supports clients in the following countries:

  • Germany
  • Englang UK
  • Finnland
  • France
  • Netherlands
  • Austria
  • Romania
  • Switzerland
  • Spain
  • Hungary
  • Czech Republic
  • Slovakia
  • Luxembourg
  • Belgium
  • Denmark
  • Sweden
  • Norway
  • Italy

You have questions concerning EU-GDPR?
Please feel free to contact one of our experts.