Wazygoose and General Data Protection Regulation

One of the biggest changes in data privacy regulation goes into effect on May 25, 2018. To strengthen the security and protection of EU citizen personal data, the European Union will require businesses who collect and handle an EU citizen's personal data to comply with the General Data Protection Regulation commonly referred to as GDPR.

Central to Wazygoose's mission is our commitment to be transparent about how we protect our customers's data. We recognize the trust and responsibility granted to us and we will be ready for the GDPR by May 25, 2018.

Along with updating our own internal business processes to be ready, here is how we'll support our business customers with the GDPR:

Data Processor Responsibilities

As a data processor and as outlined by the GDPR, we are committed to providing our customers with:


Existing Capabilities

Though the GDPR is not yet in effect, Wazygoose already enables several of the requirements included in the Regulation, including these capabilities:

Upcoming Capabilities

To comply with specific user rights and processor obligations outlined in the GDPR, we are developing new capabilities that will be available to all Wazygoose customers in early 2018:

Our Commitment

At Wazygoose we are committed to maintaining an effective security and privacy program. We are dedicated to ensuring customers have the highest confidence in our data protection practices and see GDPR as an opportunity to strengthen this devotion.

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