The GDPR way to assess data protection The Data Protection Impact Assessment (DPIA) is a new requirement of the GDPR. It is a procedure designed to determine the risks involved in data processing,
So, the released GDPR requires you to appoint a Data Protection Officer (DPO). Who do you pick? There are a couple of answers. The right answer will come down to how complicated your data processing
The GDPR is ‘creating jobs’. A likely 75,000 people worldwide will be appointed Data Protection Officer (DPO) during 2018. A commensurate number of organisations will be required to come to terms
INTRODUCTION: You may have arrived here because you're looking to understand more about how to acheive Data Privacy. To help you in your approach to complying with the latest privacy laws and
The six principles of data privacy To help achieve successful compliance, the GDPR highlights six key principles. Here we take a look at each principle and explain what each means.
What’s types of records must businesses keep to satisfy the GDPR? There is a difference between the types of records SMEs and larger firms must keep, but only if you process data occasionally.
GDPR - It’s not just about data compliance for SMEs... A sound approach to data protection across SME businesses requires practical knowledge and experience to determine:
Is there a difference between the types of data records SMEs & larger firms must keep for GDPR? There is, but only if you process data occasionally… Under the GDPR, SMEs (fewer than 250