RushFiles – our Commitment to GDPR
Less than a year ago, when the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) was announced, it became clear that it is the most significant piece of EU privacy law since 1995.
At RushFiles, we work to earn the trust of our partners. Thus, protecting the data security of their customers is a top priority for us – and compliance is key to this mission.
In this flyer:
- Where does RushFiles stand
- on Data processing
- on Data portability
- on Data incidents
- on Data compliance
- Where do you stand (as Partner)
- – Consider the following
- What to do from here
Our partners can count on the fact that RushFiles is committed to GDPR compliance across our apps and the RushFiles Secure Web Client when the GDPR takes effect on May 25, 2018.
Have fun reading!
Thomas Jørgen Jacobsen
Head of Marketing, RushFiles
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