Atea compliance with GDPR


GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) is the EU regulation for protection of personal data that came into force on May 25th, 2018 and it has replaced the 95/46/EC Directive for protection of personal data. Regulation has strengthened the rights that EU citizens have over their personal data.

Atea is committed to protect the privacy and security of the personal data of our customers and employees. Like many others, Atea works hard to ensure that the Atea Privacy Program meets the highest standards of data protection.

This is not a new effort for us, but rather a continuous commitment to our customers and employees regarding our data collection, use, retention, and sharing practices. This is also a continuous commitment to implement appropriate technical security measures to protect all Atea interested parties. Atea has full transparency on the Atea Privacy Program.

Atea builds on the foundation and discipline necessary to provide solutions that fuse technology, creativity, and values with extended embedded privacy and security by design.

The Atea Privacy Program is managed by a corporate governance structure with local DPOs in every Country Atea operates in. Atea’s corporate governance structure ensures engagement from senior management on data privacy and security issues, alignment of policies, procedures and technical controls.
Atea Group executes GDPR audit on every Atea Countries to control compliance with GDPR on yearly basis. Findings from GDPR audit are monitored for completion to improve and increase the GDPR compliance level within Atea.