Data Protection

EU’s GDPR has been put into force as of 25th May 2018. Personal data protection is becoming more and more important day by day. GDPR applies to businesses located in the EU as well as any business outside of the EU that does any of the following:


– Offers goods and services to people in the EU,

– Monitors the behavior of people in the EU,

– Processes and holds personal data of people in the EU for the purposes above.


It doesn’t matter where your company locates. After having come into force on May 25, 2018, GDPR brought serious increases in administrative fines for companies.

These penalties could be up to 4% of global annual income or up to EUR 20,000,000. The Turkish Law on the Protection of Personal Data (KVKK) which has been transposed from EU’s 95/46/EC Directive. KVKK brought many obligations which include administrative fines to data controllers and data processors. In addition, the Turkish Criminal Code foresees imprisonment in that area. Therefore, data protection has become a more important area in Turkey.


JURCOM provides its clients with regulatory compliance projects, audit and risk assessment services, DPO and Representative services under GDPR as well as data discovery, creating / updating records of processing activities, data subject access request management and other management services through its in-house developed software concerning data protection in compliance with international standards across EU and Turkey.

Products and Services

kvkkobi kişisel veri yönetimi platformu

KVKKobi is a personal data management platform designed in DPASS (data privacy as a service) model to help you comply with the current legislation in the most effective way and protect your company reputation.

DPO Data Privacy Officer

European Union GDPR Data Protection Officer (DPO) and Data Protection Representative (DPR)

The General Data Protection Regulation, which obliges organizations in EU countries to appoint a Data Protection Officer (DPO) or Data Protection Representative (DPR), entered into force on 25 May 2018. The primary role of the data protection officer (DPO) is to ensure that the personal data of the organization’s staff, customers, suppliers or other persons (data owners) are processed in accordance with the applicable data protection legislation.

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