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What does Brexit mean for GDPR?

What does Brexit mean for GDPR?

It’s a while since we looked at the state of data governance under GDPR. However, now the Brexit deal does give us pause to take a step back and ask: where are we now? As many commentators have pointed out, the Brexit deal isn’t as comprehensive as some might like. While it has successfully ensured...

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One Year On from GDPR: What’s Changed?

One Year On from GDPR: What’s Changed?

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) came into effect on May 25, 2018. At the time it was heralded as a major change in the way individuals and organisations will think about – and collect, manage and secure – data.

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How to Address the Dangers of Personal Devices for Work

How to Address the Dangers of Personal Devices for Work

What happens when an employee downloads a virus onto one of their personal devices that you have allowed access your company systems? Grant McGregor takes a look at an emerging weak spot in many companies’ defences.

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GDPR: Do Business Emails Count as 'Personal Data'?

GDPR: Do Business Emails Count as 'Personal Data'?

As we approach closer to the GDPR deadline, we've been getting a lot of questions regarding whether business email addresses and contact details will come under the GDPR as 'personal data'. We have been waiting on a guide to fully explain this, and last week IASME - Certifying Body for Cyber...

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How the GDPR can help to re-establish a great relationship with your customers.

How the GDPR can help to re-establish a great relationship with your customers.

Since it landed in 2015, the GDPR is a big leap in data protection legislation and with the ruling applicable across the whole of Europe, we are finally bridging the gap between our digital identities and the law.

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Fed Up of Hearing About GDPR?

Fed Up of Hearing About GDPR?

Are you suffering from GDPR overload?

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Two Thirds of UK Firms Hiring for GDPR - What are you doing?

Two Thirds of UK Firms Hiring for GDPR - What are you doing?

GDPR comes into effect on 25th May 2018. It is set to improve the control EU citizens have over the data that organisations hold on them. As a result, it has huge implications for the way organisations manage their data – and the staff they are recruiting.

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An Introduction to GDPR: Give Data Proper Respect!

An Introduction to GDPR: Give Data Proper Respect!

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is getting a lot of column space, yet many businesses still have their head in the sand when it comes to its implications. We bust some myths and tell you what you need to know.

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