The recent Dixons Carphone data breach has attracted more eyes than usual, as businesses wait to see how things pan out in this post-GDPR era.
With the new regulation deadline just a few days away, our GDPR doctor Neil Larkins assures one business owner that the new rules will still allow their team to use online collaboration tools.
It can be easy to see 25 May as a finish line. This isn’t the case. True GDPR compliance is not measured in your alignment with the rules on the day it gets implemented, but more so your entire organisation’s alignment thereafter.
Where and how you choose to store your data have become matters of great importance, courtesy of GDPR.
Backed by its exclusive community of high-growth entrepreneurs, The Supper Club delves into the subject of garnering consent for the processing of personal data ahead of 25 May 2018.
Much research has been dedicated to the upheavals needed to be ready for the May 25 GDPR deadline, with a report revealing only 21% of UK SME bosses are “very confident” that they understand all the regulations that apply to them.
Writing for Real Business, CEO and founder of personal data governance company PORT.im, Julian Saunders, discusses the mistakes SMEs are making in their GDPR opt-in emails.
Are you GDRP ready? Here are 7 last minute ways to prepare for GDPR if you’re still on the fence.
Shirking responsibility and failing to check whether outsourced data processors are GDPR compliant can mean costly fines for businesses. With less than a month to go, it’s time to get sorted.
With GDPR now only one month away from coming into effect, Real Business’s first webinar of 2018 focussed on what British business owners need to do to avoid costly fines and penalties under the new data protection rules.
Despite being completely unknown to most people, Elizabeth Denham is arguably one of the most powerful women in the country – she holds the top job at the Information Commissioner’s office.
With little over a month until the deadline for GDPR compliance, a recent poll conducted by the Federation of Small Businesses found more than 90% of the UK’s small firms are still not ready for the new regulation.