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GDPR and Kyckr

Prioritising your security

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) came into enforcement on 25 May, 2018.

The regulation aims to protect EU citizens from privacy and data breaches by changing the way consent and data is handled. This also includes new penalties for organisations that fail to comply with the changes.

At Kyckr, we prioritise the data privacy and security of our customers. We’re committed to protecting your data and wanted to share what’s changed.

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a regulation that aims to protect all EU citizens from privacy and data breaches.
The GDPR was first adopted in April 2016 and after a 2 year transition period, it becomes enforceable on the 25 May 2018.
The regulation brings changes around:
– Data breaches and notifying data processors
– The right to access (transparency around accessing your data)
– The right to be forgotten (ability to erase your personal data)
– Data portability
– Privacy by Design
– Appointing Data Protection Officers


Read more about the GDPR on the European Commission website.

We have updated our Privacy Policy and Terms and Conditions to provide greater transparency around how we handle personal information and data.

These changes will take effect on 25 May 2018.

Here’s a quick summary of the changes:

  • We have updated our Privacy Policy to comply with the European GDPR requirements taking effect 25 May 2018
  • We have added more information around the handling of your personal data and the security measures to protect your data
  • We have included how you can exercise your rights around your data under the Data Protection Laws


Given the above is only a summary, we encourage you to read the changes to our Privacy Policy and Terms & Conditions in full.

Kyckr’s approach to providing company information is to connect you to global registries at each search. Our unique capabilities mean that our products and services do not store data or have a database, meaning information requested by our users are retained by our users.

Kyckr is fully committed to offering solutions that demonstrate compliance with GDPR.

Learn more about Kyckr’s advantage in GDPR by viewing our whitepaper here.


If you have any questions about the changes or would like to learn more, get in touch with us at

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