Compliance with the requirements of applicable international legislation on personal data became a top priority for companies in times of constantly changing nature of their activities, implementation of new systems and processes, especially in groups of companies established in different jurisdictions, as well as in times of a constantly changing legal landscape.

The EU General Data Protection Regulation 2016/679 (GDPR) aimed at protection of individuals’ personal data located on the territory of the European Union (EU), came into force on 25 May 2018. Although the Russian Federation is not a part of the EU; under certain conditions a Russian company may be a subject to the GDPR.

As part of our services, we help our clients in solving a set of tasks: from determining whether GDPR is applicable to the company’s processes to complete bringing of personal data processing activities in line with GDPR’s requirements.

We have extensive experience of working with international legislation of various countries, including Ukraine, Switzerland, Poland, Cyprus, Romania, Bulgaria, Great Britain, the Czech Republic, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Finland.

You may learn KPMG’s main services in the field of personal data protection, affecting international law. As we always strive to deliver real help to our clients, we shall comprehensively examine your issue and offer the services meeting your needs and solving your particular problems.

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