What is PDPA？
Effective Date：Published on May, 2019, Fully effective on 31 May, 2021
Applicable to：Companies that collect and manage personal information in Thailand, or companies that handle personal information
Administrative penalties of up to 5 million Bht, plus criminal penalties of up to one year's imprisonment or fines of up to 1 million Bht can be imposed on directors and managers.
What IT measures should be taken to comply with PDPA?
What the IIJ Group can do for you
Network Security Survey
Visualize security risks
On-site survey of the customer's network environment to identify security issues
Analysis, reports and countermeasures
Report on the issues found in the survey and propose further measures.
IIJ Secure MX Service
Prevent information leak via email
Prevents information leaks by responding to various email threats, such as spam and malware.
Prevent misdirected email
Control mail transmission under predefined criteria to reduce risk of information leak
LANSCOPE on GIO
Prevent information leak due to internal fraud
Web access management and device control to prevent data leaks from inside the company.
PC operation logs can be used to confirm facts in case of information leak.
To further strengthening the security
IIJ ID Service
Added advanced authentication security, such as multi-factor authentication.
IIJ Firewall Management Service
24/7 operational support for our proprietary "Anomaly Detection System" that detects communication anomalies.
Leap GIO Cloud
Providing Japanese quality cloud from DC in Thailand.
Try for free
The IIJ Secure MX service, LanScope Cat on GIO, is available for a free one-month trial.For details, please contact our sales.