Once the GDPR was officially adopted on April 27, 2016, it was important to translate the GDPR’s legal requirements into business requirements that were specific to I-Business Network. Although I-BN is solely based in the United States we have customers globally, many of which do business with and within the European Union. Accordingly we are taking steps to ensure I-BN is in compliance with all laws and regulations which can affect our mutual operations. Some of the actions we have taken and are taking include:
· Reviewing our business processes and data inventory to identify “Personal Data” and “Other Data” which may be subject to GDPR regulations.
· Providing information directly and links to information to customers on our platform that may be affected.
· Upgrading our SAP Business One Cloud to version 9.3 PL04 which contains features to help you with your compliance
While this is not a comprehensive list, it represents a significant portion of our compliance efforts. We have also invested in new technology to scale and drive consistency. Our new IBN Cloud 3.0 which is in production now and will be generally available for SAP in July and for Sage in late Q3, 2018 includes the implementation of new compliance tools. Access to tools like active directory which contain “Personal Data” will be further limited through the use of tools. User IDs will be less “identifiable” and/or integrated with Microsoft IDs or larger enterprise directories through secure means. IBN Cloud 3.0 also includes password self-service with challenge questions and answers unknown to our support team to further protect your data and identity.
If you are an existing customer, an I-BN representative will be reaching out to you to schedule your migration to Cloud 3.0. If you are a prospective customer or a partner who wants to move or build their cloud in our new environment, contact Bob Tobey at email@example.com