We`ve already written about Google`s efforts to provide compliance help to its European Google Analytics users, this is a brief update that will help you find that agreement. In the default settings of Google Analytics, boxes are enabled to confirm that you share data with Google for the following five purposes: this is alarming for consumers and businesses that value the privacy of their data. So the question is: “Is Google Analytics GDPR compliant?” Maybe not. But a simple yes or no is difficult to give. Below are 10 factors to consider when assessing Google Analytics` GDPR compliance. To ensure the security of these data transfers between the EU and the US, Google relied on the Privacy Shield framework. The change in data processing is a concession made by Google to the European data protection authorities, in particular those in Germany (see the use of Google Analytics in Germany). On-site data center security operation. Google`s data centers have an on-site security department that is responsible for all security features of the physical data center 24/7. On-site security personnel monitor CCTV (Closed Circuit TV) cameras and all alarm systems. On-site security personnel regularly conduct internal and external patrols of the data center. If so, you need to switch to an analytics platform that will allow you to do so.
Prior to the onboarding of subcontractors, Google conducts a review of the subcontractors` security and data protection practices to ensure that subcontractors offer a level of security and data protection appropriate to their access to the data and the scope of the services they provide. . . .