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The Netherlands imposes first GDPR fine of EUR 460,000

The Dutch Data Protection Authority – Autoriteit Persoonsgegevens – has issued its first GDPR-fine of EUR 460,000. The fine is imposed on the Dutch Haga Hospital for having an insufficient internal security of patient records.

The hospital did not have in place two-factor authentication, which should have been the case when it comes to patient records. Also, while the hospital did control its logs (by a random check of six patient records per year), that this wasn’t sufficient to meet the requirement of ‘systematic, risk-oriented or intelligent control’, in particular considering the scale of data processing by the hospital.

Source: The Netherlands – First GDPR fine imposed: EUR 460,000

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