Global Data Protection Law Services

Data Protection Law serves as the legislative framework designed to safeguard the handling and processing of personal data. This area of law is vital in today’s digital age, where the flow of personal information is more fluid and extensive than ever before.

Key elements of data protection law include ensuring that personal data is processed lawfully, fairly, and transparently. Data should be collected for specified, explicit, and legitimate purposes and should be adequate, relevant, and limited to what is necessary. Importantly, data should be accurate, kept up to date, and stored no longer than is necessary.

Data Protection Law also stipulates the rights of individuals, often termed as data subjects. These rights include access to their personal data, the right to rectification, the right to erasure, and the right to object to processing.

Adherence to these laws is vital to maintain trust and integrity in data-driven processes. Breaches can lead to significant legal repercussions, including substantial fines. Therefore, organisations must ensure robust data protection practices to comply with these laws.

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Data Collection

The law regulates how personal data can be collected, requiring explicit consent from individuals in most circumstances.

Data Processing

Rules apply to how personal data can be used, stored, and transferred, including restrictions on processing sensitive personal data.

Data Subject Rights

Individuals, or “data subjects,” have certain rights under data protection laws, such as the right to access their data, the right to request correction or deletion of their data, and the right to object to data processing.

Data Security

Organisations must take appropriate measures to protect personal data from unauthorised access, accidental loss, or destruction.

Data Breaches

In the event of a data breach, specific procedures must be followed, including notifying the relevant data protection authority and potentially the affected individuals.

Data Transfer

Rules govern the transfer of personal data across borders, particularly to countries with different data protection standards.

Data Protection Impact Assessments (DPIAs)

In certain cases, organisations are required to conduct DPIAs to identify and mitigate data protection risks associated with a particular project or system.

Data Protection Officers (DPOs)

Certain organisations are required to appoint a DPO to oversee their data protection strategy and compliance – 360 Business Law provides a highly cost-effective outsourced Data Guardian Service to many clients.

Article 27 Representative Service

Make sure you are compliant or risk a fine from the relevant Data Protection Authority – Article 27 Representative Service.


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Operating in over 75 countries, our clients benefit from tailored legal advice and services, wherever they trade or have an establishment.

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