No matter where your business is on its GDPR journey, it pays to refresh your compliance knowledge from time to time – particularly considering the ongoing frequency of data breaches.
Four in ten businesses (39%) and a quarter of charities (26%) report having cyber security breaches or attacks in the last 12 months. Like previous years, this is higher among medium businesses (65%), large businesses (64%) and high-income charities (51%). Source: Cyber Security Breaches Survey 2021
So, let’s get to it.
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. Categories may include information relating to:
- Physical Appearance
- Social Status
- Education & Work
- Social Networks
- Knowledge & Preferences
- Financial Details
- Spending Habits
- Online Activity
- Special Category Data
>> To view the full infographic, download a PDF > Personal Data Identifiers
The infographic shows examples of the variety and scope of identifiers that are subject to GDPR.
Please note: this list of Personal Data should not be taken as limited to the categories and examples shown below.
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