What should be driving you to look at the Data Protection Act 2018? May 25th, 2018 was the day that the Data Protection Act (DPA) 1996 was rescinded and the European Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and Data Protection Act (DPA) 2018 came in to force. Up to 25th May...
GDPR and Cyber Security : A Perfect Partnership! Elizabeth Denham, The Information Commissioner, in a speech to the CBI Cyber Security Conference described data protection and cyber security as being ‘inextricably linked’. In this month’s GDPR Blog we explore...
The Advent Countdown-to GDPR! For many, at this time of year, the word ‘countdown’ conjures up the excitement of ticking off the days’ towards Christmas. For businesses however, the real countdown is from November 25th ; not just one month from Christmas Day, but...
The Data Protection Bill and GDPR There have been some questions raised regarding the relationship between the Data Protection Bill and GDPR. The Bill is intrinsically linked to GDPR and will bring GDPR into UK law. In the Impact Assessment that was released...
How a Data Protection Impact Assessment can work for your business. The first of September marked 185 working days to the deadline for GDPR. By now most organisations should be well on their way to identifying, if not implementing their solutions. By now you should...
It’s holiday time, but the ICO keeps busy. You will either have had your annual summer break by now or be preparing for it. Whichever we hope you have, or had a relaxing time. The period from now to May 25th 2018 is going to be quite busy for most businesses....
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