The overarching advice for GDPR preparation is to take it one step at a time, do your due diligence and – crucially – don’t panic.
It’s Valentine’s Day, but for many business leaders the 14 February 2018 is a date of significance for an entirely different reason, for it marks 100 days until GDPR is enforced.
While technology enabled the UK workplace to evolve, it has also allowed hackers to be more creative in the way of data breaches.
Mike Richardson, managing director EMEA at Maximizer CRM, outlines some key dos and don’ts to help bosses navigate their way to successful data management.
Subject Access Requests aren’t anything new under the GDPR and, in fact, individuals have been able to request all the personal information you hold on them under the Data Protection Act, but the GDPR makes some notable changes to the process.
Facebook’s latest innovation called Messenger Broadcast would allow businesses to send out messages without being asked a question first – a GDPR nightmare?
By handing a £400,000 data breach fine to Carphone Warehouse, the ICO has maintained its stance against companies failing to take security seriously. But imagine what the bill would have come to were GDPR already in force.
This time on GDPR doctors, we have a new doctor of legal taking on an enquiry from a business leader who has raised some data concerns.
The benefits of social media engagement for businesses are well-known, whether that be increasing brand awareness, learning about a target audience or facilitating intra-organisation communication. However, social media use naturally brings its dangers too.
Real Business will be hosting a webinar on 13 December, dedicated to the changes we’ve seen in the employment law landscape this year, as well as those yet to come.
The General Data Protection Regulation in May 2018 may seem overwhelming, but our GDPR Doctors are here to help.
Uber knew it was the victim of a data breach in October 2016, but made no move to notify the proper authorities. Those whose personal details, the likes of names and email addresses, were snatched, weren’t made aware either.