General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) - Protecting Your Personal Information

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a crucial piece of legislation that safeguards the privacy of personal information. Enacted in Australia on May 25, 2018, the GDPR governs the usage, processing, and storage of personal data. It applies to all Australian organizations and extends to those that offer goods or services to Australia or monitor Australian residents.


Article 1: Subject-matter and Objectives

The Regulation focuses on protecting natural persons’ rights concerning the processing of personal data and facilitating the free movement of such data. Its main objectives are to safeguard fundamental rights and freedoms, particularly the right to the protection of personal data.



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Our Commitment to Data Protection

In this rapidly evolving internet landscape, data security is of paramount importance. At Supasim, we value your privacy and have gone beyond GDPR requirements to implement additional security measures.


Data Protection Policy – Download PDF


We have developed a comprehensive Data Protection Policy that outlines our commitment to securing your data. You can access this official document to learn more about our practices.


Key Points of Our Data Protection Policy:

  1. Transparent Data Collection: We are clear about the data we collect and the reasons behind it.
  2. Minimized Data Collection: We strive to minimize data collection wherever possible.
  3. Advanced Data Security: We employ modern solutions to ensure data security.
  4. Prompt Breach Notification: In case of a security breach, we will inform the appropriate authorities.
  5. Your Rights: If you have any questions about your data or rights, please reach out to us at


Supasim and GDPR Compliance

Rest assured that we are fully compliant with the GDPR. Our employees receive ongoing training to ensure continuous compliance. We have also created a Data Processing Agreement (DPA), signed by all entities processing data on our behalf. To learn more about the data we collect and use, please review our Privacy Policy.


Your Action Required?

No action is required from you at the moment. We have taken all necessary steps to ensure GDPR compliance on our end. However, if you have any requests for signing the DPA or any other GDPR-related queries, feel free to contact us at Your privacy and data security are our utmost priorities.