GDPR considerations when outsourcing your software development

The General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679 (“GDPR”) is the regulation in EU law regarding data protection and privacy for all individuals within the European Union (EU) and the European Economic Area (EEA), the European Data Protection Regulation is applicable as of May 25th, 2018 and the reality is that once the regulation has been implemented the process of outsourcing software development outside of EU became a more complicated operation.

What Danish Companies should know about using service providers from outside EU

If you already outsourced your software development/service desk to a partner outside EU, you need to check if the country where your outsourcing partner is based is one of the 13 countries already GDPR approved countries, if not you have to apply for an individual approval at DATATILSYNET.

Genos has its resources located in Bucharest

Genos – located in Bucharest – is offering outsourcing of software development and Service Desk for Danish client according to the GDPR regulation, by partnering up with Genos, you’ll have the full advantage of having Romania as a member of EU and no additional worries related to GDPR.

Genos has implemented a GDPR policy with related GDPR procedures that ensure full GDPR compliancy and a minimum overhead for your company. The GDPR training procedures in Genos is focused on hands on training of the team members of your dedicated in your specific GDPR procedures. Genos does not require any additional training procedures.

 

 

About Genos:

Genos is a Danish company having the full control of a software development centre in Bucharest. Genos has many years of experience in offering outsourcing of Dedicated teams and Applications teams for software development and service desk 24/7/365. Genos has all its employees on Romanian labour agreements and no overhead in Denmark. Genos offers Danish management on daily basis in the software development centre in Bucharest