As data breaches and cyber threats continue to evolve, the need for robust data protection management systems has never been more critical. One of the key tools in ensuring the effectiveness of these systems is regular auditing.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is now an integral part of modern business – making most of our lives easier and offering transformative capabilities across many sectors. Yet, as AI relies on personal data to function, it also poses significant legal challenges.
AI and the use of personal data raises significant questions about privacy, security, and the delicate balance between the risks and benefits. In this blog, we examine the critical considerations surrounding its use.
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Any organisation can implement ISO 27001, no matter your size or sector. But with implementation taking between 6 to 18 months depending on the size of your business, is it really worth the effort? Learn the steps you need to get started.
GDPR is built around six official data protection principles, plus an important addition: accountability. Organisations are responsible for ensuring that each of the principles is met. Here we cover what they are and what they mean for your business.
GDPR ensures that personal data privacy and security are treated as a priority; the consequences of failing to safeguard customer data can be serious. So how can you ensure that your business meets the requirements and succeeds at GDPR?
The GDPR applies to personal data; meaning any information relating to an individual who can be directly, or indirectly, identified by reference to an identifier. This infographic shows the variety of identifiers that are subject to GDPR.
One of the big changes moving to GDPR is the power to measure fines against global turnover. This ability – at the discretion of the ICO – enables much larger fines than those currently in place. However, a data breach could cost you more than a fine.
GDPR is not just for organisations that process large volumes of data; if you process data (which according to the regulation, you probably do), it applies. Here’s a practical approach to help you get started and ensure that you are GDPR compliant.