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EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)

Beginning May 25, 2018, the European Union (EU) is experiencing very dramatic changes to the laws that apply to the processing of personal data of EU residents. The new GDPR regulation imposes certain new obligations on:

  • Controllers - those entities that determine the purpose and means of the processing of personal data
  • Processors - those entities that act on the instructions of the controller and process the data on its behalf.

We are committed to keeping you informed about our data privacy and protection practices. In an effort to assist our customers, we have taken extra steps to make it easy for our customers and partners to ensure compliance with their obligations in regards to GDPR.

Data Processing Addendum

European data protection law states that a Data Controller can use a supplier for processing of personal data only if this processing is regulated in a Data Protection Addendum (DPA). The DPA shall state the purpose of the processing, what data is processed, how they shall be protected, and more.

Are you a Data Controller?

Brillium's customers all have the capability to collect personal data through those of our software and services. Most of Brillium's customers are Data Controllers, and use Brillium as a Data Processor. If you have determined that you qualify as a Data Controller under the GDPR, and need a DPA in place with Brillium, who processes personal data on your behalf, our GDPR compliant DPA is attached and ready for your signature. If you are unable to determine whether you qualify as a Data Controller, we recommend that you seek the advice of an appropriate attorney or other legal representative.

How to Sign the Brillium Data Processing Addendum (DPA)

If you have determined that you qualify as a Data Controller under the European Union GDPR, please use the following link to access and sign the Brillium GDPR compliant DPA: General Data Protection Regulation Addendum (DPA).

Learn More

We are committed to keeping you informed about our data privacy practices. To learn more about our data privacy and processing practices, please view our Privacy Policy and Terms of Service information.

If you have any questions or concerns, please visit our Contact Us page.

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