GDPR Compliance

Last update on August 27, 2019

A bit of history…

On May 25, 2018 came into application the General Data Protection Regulation. This European law now applies to all Member States and has replaced the old Directive 95/46 / EC on the protection of personal data. It creates new engagements for companies and organizations that, like Atolia, process personal data.

The GDPR provides a clearer and more homogenous legal framework within the European Union, while creating new rights for people, including the right to be forgotten and the right to data portability.

Applied processes

Since the first day, we place the utmost importance on the security and privacy of our users’ data. The application of the GDPR is an opportunity to strengthen this protection for the benefit of all Atolia customers.

Many actions have been done to ensure Atolia’s compliance with the GDPR, including :

  • The creation of a clear privacy policy, where Atolia’s responsibilities and obligations are precisely defined in terms of collecting and processing data from visitors, prospects and customers.

As part of the services we offer to our customers, we act as subcontractors to them. We must therefore also ensure the proper compliance of personal data collection operations which are then sent to us. Here are the main points:

  • All transactions carried out on the personal data that are transmitted to Atolia are identified and added to a processing register.
  • The implementation of a strong security policy regarding personal data to reduce as much as possible the risk of violation of these data. If such an incident should occur, a notification protocol with the CNIL and / or users has been set up.
  • Naming an internal data protection officer (DPO), who ensures compliance with Atolia’s data protection policy.

For more information about the protection of your personal data, we invite you to read our privacy policy detailed on this page. Regarding the data of the end users of our customers, any request must be made to the employer as Atolia is only acting as a subcontractor.

If you have any question about our privacy policy, or about Atolia’s compliance with the GDPR, you can contact us by email at or by post mail at the following address : Scoledge SAS, 15 avenue du Rhin, 67100 Strasbourg.