The bulgarian business will experience administrative hurdles imposed by the upcoming General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)
A recent study shows that around 36% of the business organizations in Bulgaria are expecting administrative burdens in relation to achieving compliance with the GDPR. The study was carried out in the beginning of January 2018 among the members of the Confederation of Employers and Industrials in Bulgaria, by Alfa Research – an independent private agency for marketing and social research.
Telelink supported and took part in the GDPR Bulgaria conference, held on 29th of January 2018, in the National Palace of Cultutre in Sofia, organized by the Digital National Alliance. The event put a focus on the biggest data protection reform in the European Union since 1995, and was attended by representatives of local and international business organizations and public administrations. The GDPR will come into force in May 2018 during the Bulgarian Presidency of the EU Council and will become a part of the rules which will be mandatory for all businesses, operating with personal data.
The conference was opened by Minister Liliana Pavlova, the minister for the Bulgarian presidency of the EU Council 2018, followed by a dedicated video addres by Maria Gabriel – Commissioner for the Digital Economy and Society.
Leading European and national experts in the field of personal data protection, shared their views on the matter and answered the numerous questions of the audience during the different panels of the event.
During the final session, Telelink shared their concept for providing the service solution which will prepare businesses and organizations for the biggest data protection reform in the past 20 years.