What are Greece’s data protection regulations ?
GLBA stands for Gramm Leach Bliley Act and is also known as the Financial Services Modernization Act of 1999. Thus, the purpose of the GLBA is to ensure, that financial institutions safeguard the confidentiality of personal information.
The Greek data protection framework consists of several laws. The Law 2006 on the Protection of Personal Data and Privacy in the Electronic Telecommunications Sector. And, the Amendment of Law are the main pieces of privacy legislation in Greece. The Greek Data Protection Law (4624/2019) implements both the provisions of the EU Law Enforcement Directive and the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) into national level.
The Hellenic Data Protection Authority is an independently public authority, which enforces and supervises Greek data protection regulations. In Greece, the protection of a person’s personal data against any collection, processing, and use, is part of the constitution and therefore, it is of fundamental value.
This solution will provide your organisation guidance on how to comply and stay compliant with the Greek data protection regulations. In order to also receive guidance on the GDPR, we recommend to make use of this Greek data privacy solution in combination with the GDPR solution.