Category: Compliance

How do you meet the requirements of GDPR Article 30?

If you know no other article of the GDPR, you should know Article 30. That’s because Article 30 sets out exactly what most organisations need to document to comply with the regulation. I say most because some organisations with less than 250 employees that don’t infringe on individuals rights or freedom, only occasionally process personal … Continued

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How to prove your GDPR compliance now?

The GDPR has set fairly broad goals and requirements for businesses and organisations, making it quite hard to know exactly what they have to do to become, and remain, compliant, and whose job it is. Until the rules become more prescriptive, it falls on each business or organisation to work out what will be an … Continued

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How to achieve gdpr compliance without being a lawyer?

In the data conscious world we find ourselves in, we’re beginning to feel more confident that businesses who have our personal information are protecting it. By the same token, business owners are needing to make sure they’re protecting the personal data they collect, hold, use and share. For businesses with clients in Europe, the General … Continued

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Seven GDPR Principles Applied to IT Managed Services

All businesses handling any personal data of EU citizens must comply with GDPR. This is hard for those on the front line of data processing such as big retailers and banks. But what about those B2B firms behind the scenes, like IT managed services companies? Previously, B2B companies could escape legal liability for data offences … Continued

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What Are the Real Costs of GDPR Compliance?

When the GDPR came into being on 25th May, 2018, many companies were not compliant. It’s hard to know how many fell short, but a report by Crowd Research Partners before the deadline suggested up to 60%. This figure varied depending on the survey you looked at, but many businesses still do not comply today.Some … Continued

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