Trámites y servicios
• Facebook Colombia S.A.S has until June 14 to implement and certify useful and effective new security measures to prevent unauthorized or fraudulent use of personal data
• The security improvements, which have a preventive nature, will help protect the 31 million Colombians who have Facebook accounts.
Bogotá. February 17, 2020. The Superintendence of Industry and Commerce, Colombia’s Data Protection Authority (DPA), resolved the appeal field by Facebook Colombia S.A.S against the Resolution 1321 of January 24th, 2019 that gave the order to adopt new measures and improve existing ones to guarantee the security of the personal data of more than 31 million of Colombian users of said social network.
Resolution 4885 of February 13th, 2020 confirmed the order issued, where, among others was concluded:
In compliance with the constitutional mandate established by article 15 of the Colombian Constitution, that stablishes "In the collection, processing and circulation of data, freedom and other guarantees enshrined in the Constitution shall be respected, and with the supreme provision regulated by Statutory Law 1581 of 2012, which requires that personal data be processed with “the technical, human and administrative measures that are necessary to guarantee the security to the records avoiding their adulteration, loss, consultation, use or access unauthorized or fraudulent”, the company Facebook Colombia S.A.S has until June 14, 2020 to implement useful and effective security measures to avoid:
In addition, Facebook Colombia S.A.S. must certify to the Superintendence of Industry and Commerce that it has made security improvements through an external audit firm.