The GDPR introduces a number of new concepts and significantly expands upon the requirements of the current DPA. To find out where the gaps are in your data protection, take our quick and easy 12 step assessment. It’s free, with no obligation and you will receive a report showing the areas which you are weakest in.
Based on your initial assessment, if you find you need support to help you get GDPR ready, we’ll give you two free hours of consultancy time for a more detailed assessment.
The new legislation will apply to businesses of all sizes who handle personal & professional data regardless of whether that data comes from customers, partners, suppliers or your own employees. This can be daunting prospect for the SME lacking the time and resource to identify such data. We look at the key differences between GDPR and the DPA and provide a step-by-step action plan for the SME.
GDPR has generated a great deal of confusion, not least because some elements are still being deliberated upon by the Article 29 Working Party and the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO), and this has lead to the generation of misinformation. We look at the top ten misconceptions surrounding the new regulation and clarify what will and won’t be expected.
GDPR is a more stringent piece of compliance regulation than its predecessor the Data Protection Act (DPA). We provide an overview of the key changes.