Compliance and Data Protection Blog

Did You Know GDPR Compliance Can Boost The Performance Of Your Company?

More than a year after it came into force, many companies are still not fully compliant with GDPR. What are the benefits for those which are? By embracing GDPR rather than resenting it, you might improve the performance of your business inside and out. That’s what a new report from the Capgemini Research Institute indicates, … Continued

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5 Barriers Hindering GDPR Compliance

Data security is no longer a suggested practice; it’s mandated. In 2018, security breaches compromised more than 4.5 billion data records worldwide. The blame no longer falls on anonymous hackers hiding in dark places on the internet. The EU is holding businesses accountable for protecting consumer data with General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), a law … Continued

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The Differences Between CCPA and GDPR with Data Protection

You’ve heard of GDPR and the rules and regulations that surround it, likely ensuring your business is compliant by now. However, CCPA, California’s equivalent to the European Union’s GDPR, comes into effect on the 1st of January 2020 and businesses need to ensure they’re ready for it. Being compliant with GDPR, whilst it may be … Continued

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New Dashboard and Project Management Tools

https://youtu.be/t1MheOfF4dUWe are excited to bring to you more features which enable your compliance project management and also a brand new dashboard to help to you monitor the progress of your GDPR compliance. Here’s a summarised transcription of the the video above.The first change you should see is the list of icons on the left hand … Continued

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Data Restriction Under GDPR, When and How It is Done

After a period of data discovery and mapping, a company can become more confident in its GDPR compliance. And yet, GDPR is unconquerable. It’s an ongoing process of monitoring data, deleting it and responding to the requests of data subjects. One such request under Article 18 of GDPR is the right to restrict processing. What … Continued

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