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Dutch government: data breach notification requirement applies from next year
The obligation to report data leaks begins on January 1, 2016. The Dutch government announced on Friday. The new law should draw almost all organizations at the bell once criminals sensitive personal data have been captured.
Hacker The notification obligation applies to private and public organizations that process personal data. The law means that they must raise the alarm as soon as personal data are stolen, lost or abused. That requires the government.
The Lower House passed the duty to report data breaches in February, after which the Senate agreement went . The purpose of the reporting requirement is to better protect personal data. In addition, companies can quickly get fined when they do not abide by the rules.
CBP may penalize companies from next year if they do not process personal data in a proper and careful manner or kept longer than necessary. The government agency hands out fines if the security is not good or the management of personal information is poorly organized.
As a result of the amendment CBP also given the power to impose higher fines. Now it comes to fines of up to 4,500 euros, but in the new situation can impose fines of up to 810,000 euros CBP.Viewing:-174
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