The five @-yet principles of data protection
Data protection is privacy protection
Personal data belongs to people and deserve respect and protection. Personal rights are not negotiable, but must be treated well.
Speaking of people: Good data protection starts with them
Every day, people work with stored company data and sometimes make mistakes. Humanly. They need awareness and good training.
Data protection creates competitive advantages
Good data protection defines rules and processes for a more effective use of data. Well-managed data creates an economic advantage, more satisfaction and more trust.
Data protection is a good feeling
If you have protected your data well, you can sleep better at night and don't have to worry during the day. Earn money instead of risking fines.
Data protection needs IT security
Without IT security, data is like sheep without a shepherd, dog and fence - easy prey for the wolf. Functioning data protection is only possible with a secure IT infrastructure.