GDPR Compliance Statement

What is GDPR Compliance?

GDPR stands for General Data Protection Regulation. It's the core of Europe's digital privacy legislation. The GDPR is an EU-wide regulation for the protection of European citizens' data that comes into force on 25th of May 2018 and all companies that collect such data will need to comply with it. This is a new set of rules designed to give EU citizens more control over their personal data. It establishes a set of compliance and security processes around managing personally identifiable information so that it is not misused.

Our Commitment towards GDPR​

Our customers' right to privacy is a main priority for Aggreto and because of this, compliance with and to international law and regulations are core values.

At Aggreto, this is our responsibility to give our users a more secure and protected platform. So, we updated our privacy policy to support the EU’s laws and to give users (customers) more control over their Personal Information/Data. Protection of our user’s Personal Information is our priority and it is important for us to provide complete transparency to our users about the data or information that we collect & how we use it.

As per this new GDPR data privacy law, now all individual citizens of the European Union can control their personal data which they share on Aggreto site. They have all the rights to know about the following information:

  • Why We Collect Data
  • Information We Collects
  • How We Use Information
  • How We Share Information
  • How We Protect Information
  • How Long We Keep Information
  • Managing Personal Data
  • Options and Rights

How are We Preparing for GDPR?

Aggreto is currently in the process of becoming compliant with GDPR. It is a complex process it takes time and involves mapping, assessing, planning and implementing changes throughout the company. Here's an overview of the steps that we are taking to ensure compliance:

  • Build the GDPR compliance
  • Appointed a Data Protection Officer (DPO)
  • Cookie policy
  • Data protection policy
  • Data retention policy

See detailed information about the GDPR Compliance and Aggreto from our Privacy Policy and Terms of Services.