Useful resources for GDPR

Regulation (EU) 2016/679 is referred to as the General Data Protection Regulation – this is known as GDPR, and will replace EU country legislation. GDPR comes into force on 25th May 2018. And all companies processing EU citizen data must be compliant by that date. 

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GDPR Frequently Asked Questions

GDPR Frequently Asked Questions

GDPR Frequently Asked Questions

Whilst GDPR has been published, sadly much of the detail remains decidedly absent, with guidelines being provided in dribs and drabs by the Article 29 Working Party. This makes it difficult to put our finger on what measures are required, and what aren't applicable.

Therefore, we have put together a list of key questions we get asked by our clients and partners, and perhaps to address your own questions.

If you want to be ready for GDPR by 25th May 2018, then please feel free to contact us should you need help with your data protection discussions and preparation.

 
Our approach to GDPR

Our approach to GDPR

our approach to gdPR

The Data Protection Act 1998, with its 8 key principles has been the mainstay of protecting personal data – often referred to as Personally Identifiable Information (PII) for almost 20 years and has served the British public well.  This regulation remains extant until the new European data protection regulations (General Data Protection Regulations) appear.

 
Get your boots on ...

Get your boots on ...

Get your boots on ...

So, is your data protection team sheet completed yet? With a ¼ of the 2-year timeframe before the implementation of the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) already used up, time is running out for organisations to be match fit, and kitted up to meet the requirements and obligations to protect EU citizens’ personal data...

 
Prepared for GDPR?

Prepared for GDPR?

PREPARED FOR GDPR?

In February this year a Netskope-commissioned YouGov research, found that only 21% of IT professionals in medium and large businesses felt sure they would comply with upcoming regulations, including GDPR. Computer Weekly reported (June 2016) alarm about roles and responsibilities about who will own and drive compliance within many companies.  Early research by (ISC)2, “…indicates that 79% of Britain’s medium and large companies are unsure about their compliance, and many do not understand how the burden of compliance will be divided up”

 

Want to know more about Directive 95/46/EC introducing General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)? Our experts talk about GDPR, what it means to business and how to kick off a programme in your company.

 

DPA = 8, GDPR = 6. Despite their ‘numerical’ differences, the principles for data protection cover the same ground: with the ‘missing' 2 principles being absorbed within GDPR, and so all the requirements are still there! Additionally, GDPR enhances many principles by providing finer detail than the DPA and, importantly, a new accountability requirement. Finer details and points can be found in GDPR’s 99 Articles.