Over the last year, Sonovate has conducted a comprehensive cross-business review to identify any areas where changes are required to our current policies and procedures to achieve GDPR compliance.
We have been engaging with legal data protection experts to insure we interpret the new legislation correctly and apply it throughout the business.
This approach has ensured that Sonovate will establish and embed GDPR accountability principals to fully support our commitment to protecting all personal information held within our systems.
All customer data is stored within Microsoft UK & European data centres (for resilience purposes). Microsoft is committed to being GDPR compliant across all their cloud services when enforcement begins on May 25. Our commitment to using Microsoft cloud platforms stems from them being the first enterprise cloud services provider to implement rigorous controls governing the transfer of data outside of European Union, as the first cloud provider to achieve compliance with ISO’s important 27018 cloud privacy standards. Microsoft Azure has 53 major certifications and attestations – more than any other major public cloud provider. When it comes to security, Microsoft’s visibility into the evolving threat landscape also helps us protect the data that moves through our systems. With a cloud footprint that includes over 100 datacentres and more than 200 cloud services, this insures that we have robust solutions and procedures in place to support our business and secure our customer data.
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