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"The encrypted solution recommended by Fujitsu integrated seamlessly into our current platform. The deployment was also straightforward, with service unaffected throughout."
José Luis Martínez Téllez CIO, Logalty
Logalty was established in 2005 in response to Spain’s Information Society and Electronic Commerce Act (2002), which began regulation of certified electronic notifications and electronic signatures of contracts, providing a legal guarantee for online transactions. “The internet is driving a digital transformation of society, companies, the public and public administrations. This has had a huge impact on the streamlining of the relationship between businesses and their customers, making them more direct and fully transparent,” explains Martínez Téllez, CIO at Logalty.
Fujitsu helps organizations to comply with the European Union General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). The new legislation will come into force in 2018, establishing new requirements for companies when it comes to storing, processing and analyzing the personal data of people in the EU.
Logalty’s 24×7 services are supported by Fujitsu’s professional services and technical resources, which help the firm protect its business-critical data and its customers’ information while meeting strict security and quality standards. Fujitsu’s services have helped ensure Logalty is ready to meet the requirements of the new EU legislation.
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