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The GDPR protects personal data. We do too.

At Osimis, we ensure privacy is at the core of everything we do. Scroll down to find out how we ensure that our activities comply with the GDPR. You will also discover how you may use our product to demonstrate compliance with your own obligations under the GDPR.

GDPR in a nutshell

There has been a lot of fuss going on about what the GDPR is and what it means for businesses like yours. We break down the most frequently asked questions that we receive about the GDPR in the below section.

What is the GDPR?
To whom does the GDPR apply?
How does Osimis comply with the GDPR?
What must I do to comply with the GDPR?
Is Osimis a controller or a processor?
I have a question regarding your use of my personal data. How do I contact you?
Do I have to sign a Data Processing Agreement (DPA)?
Who are our sub-processors?
Where can I learn more about the GDPR?

Any other questions?

We strive to be as transparent as possible about GDPR-related matters. Do reach out to us with all your questions.

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How do we ensure GDPR compliance?

At Osimis, we value data protection as our top-priority concern. Your trust in our ability to process personal data in a compliant and secure manner is of a great importance to us. This is why we ensure that our data processing activities comply with the GDPR by implementing the following measures:

Maintain a Privacy Policy
Maintain Records of Processing Activities
Monitor our sub-processors
Assess and review our security measures
Designate a Data Protection Officer
Notify a Personal Data Breach
Implement Privacy by Design

Controller or processor?

Depending on the processing purpose, we are processing personal data as a controller or as a processor.

We act as controller when:

We process personal data of the representatives of our customers for business development purposes

We process personal data of job candidates as part of our recruitment efforts

We process personal data of our employees or of the contractors that we hire for specific missions

Read our Privacy Policy to find out how we process personal data as controller

We act as processor when:

We process personal data of patients on behalf of our customers as part of our hosting activities and support operations

We process personal data of the users of our software in the context of customer support activities

We process personal data of other data subjects under the instructions of our customers

Read our Data Processing Addendum (DPA) to find out how we process personal data as processor

What should I do to ensure GDPR compliance?

As a customer of Osimis, your path towards GDPR compliance is facilitated. Go through the following checklist to find out which actions (if any) you must perform to ensure GDPR compliance.

DONE Must I sign a Data Processing Agreement with Osimis?
TODO Must I update my Records of Processing Activities?
TODO Must I designate a Data Protection Officer?
TODO What else must I do?

Do you still have a question?

If you have any other questions about the way Osimis processes personal data, please contact our Data Protection Officer by using their contact details set out in this GDPR compliance statement

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The above constitutes trustworhty legal information prepared by Companyon, the digital legal counsel. You may rely on this information to ensure that the commercial relationship you have with us aligns with the applicable provisions of the GDPR. Unfortunately we cannot offer extra assistance regarding your own compliance with the GDPR. If you need such assistance, we invite you to contact the Companyon team as they will be happy to sort it out for you.

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