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GDPR: changes, consequences and an ongoing commitment

It’s now over a year since the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) first came into effect, and we’ve learnt a lot during that time.
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Largest GDPR Fine Levied, as Brexit Poses Further Questions and Concerns

Coming into effect last spring, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) has brought about huge changes in how organisations handle personal data . Designed to establish a simpler, but stricter and more unified approach to data protection, GDPR has had a massive effect on how organisations can...
First GDPR Enforcement Notice, as Firms also Struggle with Subject Access Requests

First GDPR Enforcement Notice, as Firms also Struggle with Subject Access Requests

On the 25 th of May 2018, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) came into effect, bringing sweeping reforms on how organisations handle personal data and manage communications . In the build up to the introduction of GDPR, many of the headlines about it related to the financial penalties...
What does The Data Protection Act 2018 mean for post-Brexit GDPR compliance?

What does The Data Protection Act 2018 mean for post-Brexit GDPR compliance?

The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) came into full enforcement on 25 th May 2018. It’s a region-wide law and any organisation that handles data on EU citizens is expected to comply

To GDPR’s enforcement day and beyond; we are here to help

The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into force at the end of this week. From Friday 25 th May, Any organisation that handles data on any European citizen must conform to its requirements or face implications from one of the European data regulators, such as the UK’s Information...
This is your 5 day reminder – GDPR comes into force Friday 25th May

This is your 1 day reminder – GDPR comes into force Friday 25th May

Friday 25 th May sees the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) come into force. Developed to replace the 1995 Data Protection Directive – which allowed individual member countries to choose how it is enforced – it will standardise the level of expectation and enforcement...
Seven steps to GDPR-readiness

Seven steps to GDPR-readiness

Across the last two blogs we’ve taken a look at some of the key articles within GDPR. Article 15, 16 and 17 or ‘right to access’, ‘right to rectification’ and ‘right to erasure ’ , and Article 18, 19 and 25 – ‘right to restriction’, ‘notification obligation’ and ‘data protection by design’ .
Simplifying the complexities: how to manage data under GDPR, part two

Simplifying the complexities: how to manage data under GDPR, part two

In this blog series, we are taking the wordy General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), breaking it up and decreasing the confusion that exists by providing straightforward practical advice. GDPR’s full official wording can be found here .

Simplifying the complexities of GDPR: how to manage data under GDPR, part one

The General Data Protection Regulation enforcement day is quickly approaching. On May 25th, all businesses that collect data on any EU citizen will have to conform to the new law. Despite its looming presence, many firms, particularly smaller ones, are not prepared for its requirements. Compliance...

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