Impact of General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) on Video Surveillance
Privacy regulations can be complicated, particularly for businesses dealing with personal data. In Europe, personal data is protected by the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which gives regulators jurisdiction to fine a business serving European Union customers if it is found to be non-compliant, even if that business is based elsewhere.
This white paper explains the essential components of the GDPR and what they mean for your company’s privacy policies and practices. Since personal data can be collected by organizations through video surveillance systems, organizations that operate these systems need to ensure their processes adhere to the GDPR. The paper also explores how to develop a plan for reviewing physical security systems and the personal data they collect and store.