Legrand applies the Privacy by Design principle by implementing PIAs (Privacy Impact Assessments) across all products, services and internal applications, to measure and minimize the impact of personal data processing on user's privacy
Since there is a close link between utility, security and respect for users’ privacy, any leak, theft or loss of data could have a major impact on user confidence in Legrand’s products.
Finally, with the entry into force of the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) in May 2018, the Group’s obligations regarding data processing and protection will increase, and it could be fined for failing to meet those obligations.
The Group has established a program involving specific governance, a dedicated team (a Data Privacy Officer and a network of Data Privacy Representatives in the Group’s countries) and several working groups.
To ensure users’ privacy, Legrand works according to the “privacy by design” principle. Thus, starting from the design phase the company makes sure to collect only the minimum amount of data from its users.
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Cybersecurity in Legrand
Legrand is deploying a cybersecurity masterplan which aims to strengthen and supplement all the protection, detection and response measures already implemented as part of its security policy.
Cybersecurity for connected products
Connected products potentially exposes customers to specific risks related to cybercrime and data security. To adress these risks, Legrand implements a specific program dedicated to personal data security and processing for connected devices, cloud and apps.