One of the main aspects of the HIPAA law is that it forces healthcare practices and professionals to keep and secure PHI (protected health information) from data breaches and other possible complications and problems. This makes HIPAA and other regulations associated with it something that’s extremely important to the risk and compliance field, especially when dealing with highly sensitive health data.
The European Union General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) was enacted on April 27, 2016, and goes into effect May 25, 2018. The GDPR impacts organizations that are based in the EU and control or process personal data for EU/EEA individuals (i.e., “data subjects”) OR are based outside the EU but control or process personal data for EU/EEA individuals. Onspring is based in the United States. However, our clients include organizations that are either based in the EU/EEA or have users who reside in the EU/EEA. For these organizations, we are providing these FAQs to help you better understand how the GDPR impacts Onspring and you.
We love it when clients use our platform in creative ways. Mark Barak, general counsel at Aronson Security Group (ASG), is a prime example. He started using Onspring in 2016 to manage legal matters, but when a need arose for greater efficiency and visibility in the company’s partner relationships, Mark put the platform to work in new ways.