Your business is GDPR compliant ahead of deadline, but the job’s not done until your staff are clued up. If they know next to nothing about it, all that hard work will be ineffective, says Nigel Davies, founder of digital workplace Claromentis.
With the arrival of GDPR now imminent, the latest article in our GDPR Doctors series sees Neil Larkins, COO of Egress Software Technologies, explain the important differences between the role of a data controller and a data processor in the context of the new rules.
The European General Data Protection Regulation, also referred to as GDPR, is one of the most pressing considerations facing any business today, with the deadline for compliance fast approaching.
With the introduction of GDPR two months away (25 May), the news this week regarding Cambridge Analytica and the Facebook data breach involving data of approximately 50m Facebook users, should be a lesson to every business of the real risks under GDPR.
GDPR will come into effect in fewer than 100 days, so now is the time for businesses everywhere to assess the way employee and customer data is processed and held. Direct mail provider, Pepper, explains the changes it has made to ensure compliance.
GDPR is due to come into force in fewer than 100 days, so businesses need to start planning now to avoid getting caught out. Sellick Partnership’s MD explains her ten-point plan for getting compliant.
GDPR will apply to employers from 25 May 2018, updating existing regulation for the digital age. It will have a significant impact on the way employers collect, process, retain and share personal data relating to employees.
In the latest GDPR doctors article, expert Mark Weston of Hill Dickinson explains the importance of transparency and consumer consent.
Julian Saunders, CEO and founder of data management and GDPR compliance solution PORT.im, offers tips on how to get your data GDPR-ready.
With the GDPR deadline not far away, it’s time to start preparing. But don’t forget, employee data management is just as important as customer information.
In the latest of our GDPR doctors features, in which our legal and technical experts explain what companies should know ahead of GDPR’s arrival on 25 May 2018, Mark Weston of Hill Dickinson gives more detail on B2B transactions.
It takes something huge to foster business collaboration – especially when the topic is data protection and security. So it’s a testament to the gravity of GDPR that it is actually sparking conversations between data holders and partners, suppliers, customers and cloud services providers.