information. A few of us got a cleaner desk and more space on the shelves,” Kathrine Bogen continues. “I would say I am happy for the EU initiative to take up the battle against the global moguls, forcing them to take part in protecting all European citizens in this field. An American has by far so many more rights to protect their identity from being sold to third parties,” Kathrine concludes.
The three aim to greet their colleagues with a positive attitude. “I mean, initially GDPR was not an exciting thing to jump into. We had a very positive and obligatory general meeting where we presented the project and the beneficial aspects related to GDPR. Since then, we have noticed how the positive Seatrans spirit made this a great project for the organisations we work in,” Trond says. “And the job will never be over. GDPR
is part of our way of working and of the awareness of the valuable information we have about people around us,” Kathrine adds.