06 MARS 2018

GDPR is right around the corner, TAS Group is ready

Starting from next May 25, the GDPR, the new European regulation that introduces a harmonized data protection law framework, will be effective, dictating new constraints on the processing of personal data and introducing new organizational guidelines for their correct treatment.

TAS Group has always been committed to guaranteeing the highest standards in the development of software and services for the banking and financial sector and more generally for the business world. We are aware of the importance of a holistic, solid and integrated approach to data protection and for this reason we have worked on updating our products in accordance with international best practices.

We are ready to help customers in achieving their GDPR compliance objectives , offering our know-how and our solutions to ease the adaptation of their systems and procedures according to each customer’ specific need.

Over the time, TAS Group has developed a structured approach to data management, working continuously to meet new regulations and Industry criteria of greater security on personal data treatment.

As an example, the continuous adaptation of our solutions enforced by the PCI (Payment Cards Industry) standards has allowed us to faster identify the most appropriate steps and choices to address the requirements of the GDPR, by using the concepts of pseudonymisation, privacy by design and privacy by default.

As a result, we developed TAS DSS 3.0 (Data Security Services), a product specifically dedicated to data protection. Designed on Java EE 6.0 / 7.0 platform, using "Agile MDD methodology", it can be perfectly integrated with other products, also developed in other technologies. Data protection takes place through tokenization, encryption or masking depending on the specific needs. Each user has a GDPR profile that allows him to view, export and print data according to the profile characteristics set.


Ask our experts what TAS Group can do to support your preparation towards GDPR compliancy