The GDPR ensures that the rights of data subjects are protected; and that organisations must implement systems and process data with this in mind. To achieve proper compliance, the GDPR outlines data protection principles upon which the regulation is built. As part of...
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 (the UK’s supervisory authority) – enables much larger fines than those currently in place. There are two tiers of...
Subject Access Requests (SAR) are not new and although businesses should have policies in place for previous SARS, GDPR ups the ante. Under the General Data Protection Regulations there are a few key differences. Companies: Have to respond more quickly Have to provide...
GDPR ensures that personal data privacy is treated as a priority by businesses; the consequences of failing to safeguard customer data are serious. So how can you ensure that your business meets the requirements, and succeeds at GDPR? What do you need to do?Get...
Here’s how to get started on your GDPR journey. A report earlier in the year stated that 24% of businesses in London are not aware of the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Seeing as you’re reading this blog, we guess that you are! But the same...
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