ADP Ranks Among Elite Handful of Companies Worldwide with Approved Binding Corporate Rules for Global Data Protection ADP Ranks Among Elite Handful of Companies Worldwide with Approved Binding Corporate Rules for Global Data Protection

ADP Ranks Among Elite Handful of Companies Worldwide with Approved Binding Corporate Rules for Global Data Protection
02 Apr 2018

ROSELAND, N.J., Feb. 28, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- ADP® today announced that it has received approval from the 28 European Union(EU) Data Protection Authorities to implement Binding Corporate Rules (BCRs) as both a data processor and data controller.  To date, only a few global companies have secured this distinction.  This approval means that ADP will implement the highest standards of global data protection both as a processor of clients' data and as a data controller for the personal data of its employees and other business associates.

Binding Corporate Rules (BCRs) were developed by the European Commission to allow multinational corporations, international organizations, and groups of companies to make intra-organizational transfers of personal data across borders in compliance with EU Data Protection Laws.

"We're passionate about protecting the privacy of our clients' and employees' personal information at every stage - as we define, develop and refine our products and set the policies that govern how we gather and manage data every single day," said Carlos Rodriguez, president and chief executive officer at ADP.  "Implementing Binding Corporate Rules illustrates our commitment to protect personal data in accordance with the standards required in the EU, regardless of where the European data is processed, accessed or hosted."

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ROSELAND, N.J., Feb. 28, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- ADP® today announced that it has received approval from the 28 European Union(EU) Data Protection Authorities to implement Binding Corporate Rules (BCRs) as both a data processor and data controller.  To date, only a few global companies have secured this distinction.  This approval means that ADP will implement the highest standards of global data protection both as a processor of clients' data and as a data controller for the personal data of its employees and other business associates.

Binding Corporate Rules (BCRs) were developed by the European Commission to allow multinational corporations, international organizations, and groups of companies to make intra-organizational transfers of personal data across borders in compliance with EU Data Protection Laws.

"We're passionate about protecting the privacy of our clients' and employees' personal information at every stage - as we define, develop and refine our products and set the policies that govern how we gather and manage data every single day," said Carlos Rodriguez, president and chief executive officer at ADP.  "Implementing Binding Corporate Rules illustrates our commitment to protect personal data in accordance with the standards required in the EU, regardless of where the European data is processed, accessed or hosted."

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