On 25th May 2018, GDPR will create a new data protection landscape. All organisations that control or process personal data will be affected and those running commercial vehicles are no exception. Fleet operators will have to process, manage and secure driver data in a compliant way.

Masternaut is dedicated to the safety, security and integrity of the data we process. Certified to ISO 270001, with EU data centres and years experience in managing telematics fleet data, we are happy to provide practical guidance on GDPR*.

Demystifying GDPR for fleet professionals

GDPR represents the biggest update to UK data protection in 20 years.

Despite its complexity, fleet operators should be able to adapt their data protection frameworks, rather than reinvent them.

In this blog, we outline what GDPR is and how it will affect fleet managers that handle personal data.

What does GDPR mean for fleet operators?

Much has been written about GDPR, but little with the fleet market in mind. In this Viewpoint, Djamel Souici, Group General Counsel for Masternaut, takes a detailed look at the changes that GDPR will bring to the data protection landscape and explains the implications for fleet operators.

A 'must read' for fleet managers who are still worried about what they have to do by 25th May 2018 to be compliant.

The impact of GDPR on fleet operations

A number of our customers have raised concerns about the implications of GDPR and how it will affect their operations.

In a recent webinar we examined the issues of concern to fleet operators and answered some of the common questions faced by fleet managers.

ISO 27001 certified

Masternaut is ISO 27001:2017 certified. This certification is awarded to companies meeting the highest EU security standards and regulations.

The ISO certification reiterates our firm commitment to your data privacy and information security.

  • Confidentiality - Your information is protected
  • Integrity - Client information we hold is correct and free from corruption
  • Availability - Our resilience, service continuity and disaster recovery guarantees access to information when you need it

*Please note that any content provided is Masternaut’s interpretation of GDPR and how it applies to fleet operators. It is not formal legal advice. Not all interpretations or requirements of the GDPR are ‘well-settled’ and its application is both fact and context specific. In other words, it hasn’t been tested in operation and will vary case by case. Any information provided should not be relied upon as legal advice or to determine how GDPR applies to your business or organisation. We encourage you to seek guidance from your legal counsel with regard to how GDPR applies specifically to your business or organisation and how to ensure compliance. This information is provided “as-is” and may be updated or changed without notice. Any content provided may be referenced or copied and used for internal, reference purposes only.