To date, issues related to privacy and personal data protection are felt more than ever, just think of the scandal Facebook and Cambridge Analytica, it is no coincidence that the Privacy Guarantor and the European Union have introduced the Regulation (EU) 2016/679 April 27, 2016 (GDPR) which provides a series of guidelines that companies in the European community must observe to ensure the protection and confidentiality of the stored user data.



The GDPR contains in itself not only the aspects strictly related to privacy but a more complex set of issues, from legal to more technological. The new EU regulation 2016/679 of 28 April 2016 in fact revolves around the concepts of data protection, its life cycle and the correct information that the user must receive about his data.





From the need to face in its complexity the theme of the GDPR thanks to the contribution of specific skills and mainly coming from the areas of Privacy, Legal and Technological, in December 2017 PrivacyHub was born. PrivacyHub is a network of companies established with the common intent to build a center of competence to respond in a professional and targeted manner to the new European regulation and to all issues related to data protection.

PrivacyHub consists of the following actors:

   ♦ Secure Online Desktop | Technological services and Cloud: It deals with all the technological aspects in terms of Data Protection (Cloud Backup, Vulnerability Assessment & Penetration Test, Audit Management, Log Management) offering the targeted service based on the customer’s reality and the results obtained by the Gap Analysis.

   ♦ ATS – Consulenti Associati | Consulting and certifications;

   ♦ Studio legale Miari Preite | Legal aspects;

   ♦ Studio legale Paolo Mega | Legal aspects.

which, by centralizing the client’s needs and sharing their knowledge, are able to propose complete and targeted solutions for the adaptation to the EU regulation 2017/679 of 28 April 2016.

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We offer privacy consulting services. After an information collection (privacy assessment) we are able to carry out all the activities necessary to obtain the adaptation to the new European regulation.


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The 2016-679 regulation of 27 April 2016 will apply in all Member States from 25 May 2018, within which the companies will have to comply with the new Privacy Act.

As activities related to privacy advice and specifically in relation to the minimum security measures that must be prepared following the Gap Analysis and Privacy Assessment, the Secure Online Desktop offers the following services.


Our services for the regulation-2016-679-of-27-april-2016


      It is the consulting activity for the adaptation to the new 2016-679 privacy regulation. Find out more.



      It is one of the first activities within the GDPR consulting projects aimed at “photographing” the current state of the company on the topic of Privacy. Find out more.



      The activities of the Vulnerability Assessment and Penetration Test are aimed at assessing the level of IT security of an IT infrastructure. Find out more.




      The training of persons in charge of processing personal data, in addition to constituting a legal obligation, is one of the most effective security measures to protect the same data. In fact, training is essential for logical and physical security measures, as well as policies and procedures adopted by companies, to find concrete and conscious application in daily practice.

The courses are delivered in the classroom directly at the customer, and are designed and maintained by Privacy Officer and teachers who are experts in personal data security and organization.

All our courses are highly practical and are carried out through a constant interaction between teacher and participants, with the aim not only to make the fundamental principles of the law known, but also and above all to increase the participants’ awareness on safety measures from adopt and on the behavioral guidelines for the correct use of company tools. Find out more.



      The collection, aggregation and secure storage of logs are some of the activities to be considered in the process of adaptation to the GDPR. Find out more.



      Our Audit Management system verifies the access of “privileged” users to remote servers, prevents unauthorized behavior, records activities in searchable video sessions and generates compliance and support reports.







      Data resilience, backup and threat protection are fundamental aspects of the new 2016-679 Regulation of 27 April 2016. Find out more.


The Secure Online Desktop primarily has put in place the appropriate measures to comply with the adaptation in order to protect the privacy of its users.

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