General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)

Securing client trust through compliance

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will come into effect on 25 May 2018, changing the European privacy landscape. What changes does the GDPR bring and how to approach this new privacy law? We will help you getting the most from these changes.

There are some lines that cannot be crossed and there are rules to the game. However, by staying within the lines and following the rules, you are only limited by your own creativity to achieve your objectives. Our Privacy Services team helps organisations navigate privacy risk, ensuring compliance while turning privacy into a business enabler and using personal data to increase customer trust.

Three principles
  1. Proper (meta) data management is essential to comply with the GDPR;
  2. GDPR compliance will help you build trust with clients and safeguard personal data;
  3. Make GDPR compliance your top priority for the coming months.

Following these principles will greatly help you in getting the most value from processing personal data, while minimising risk. Please let us know if you would like to have a more in-depth conversation to discuss the challenges and opportunities for your organisation


Klaus Julisch

Klaus Julisch


Dr. Klaus Julisch is a Partner in Deloitte’s Cyber Risk Services practice, with over 15 years of experience in designing, assessing, and transforming secure enterprise solutions. He leads the areas of... More

Andreas Knijpenga

Andreas Knijpenga

Senior Manager

Andreas (Attorney-at-Law, lic. iur., M.B.L.-HSG (University of St. Gallen) advises corporate clients across all industries in IT, Telecom, commercial contract and corporate law as well as regulatory c... More

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