This means that you must check Phone Number Database whether the required contracts have been concluded, and if it concerns a party in the United States, whether it is perhaps certified under the EU-US Privacy Shield. To have more Phone Number Database security in the field of privacy, you can have your personal data migrated to a private Phone Number Database cloud from a cloud provider based in the EU, of which you know for sure that the data is stored in the Netherlands or the EU. You can have agreements about this recorded in a processor agreement.
You can also opt for a hybrid Phone Number Database cloud (a combination of public and private), in which you make a distinction between personal data and other data, where you store the data that does not qualify as personal data in Phone Number Database a public cloud. Of course you can also choose to host personal data in-house or to place your IT in a data center (colocation). In both cases, you remain in control of data security and Phone Number Database compliance with the Regulation and other applicable laws and regulations.
The advantage of Phone Number Database migrating to a data center is that you not only know physically where your data is located, but that many data centers are also certified for, for example, information security (ISO 27001) and have taken extensive measures for the physical security of the building. American data grabbing in violation of Phone Number Database European law The Regulation has another remarkable clause: if a court in a third country determines that personal data must be disclosed, this is only allowed if a treaty or similar arrangement provides for this.