The GDPR will significantly increase the obligations in how you collect, use and protect personal data for your business.
Now that you know all about GDPR and how it will affect your business, it’s time to put that knowledge into a working document.
This post provides lots of ideas, tips, links and steps to get you started with GDPR compliance.
Will you be fined? Who is responsible? This post explains what a data breach is and what you must do under the GDPR.
The six Data Protection Principles help us to think properly about the data that we are collecting and then take action in the right direction.
When collecting personal data directly from data subjects, the controller has to provide certain information to data subjects. This post covers what must be provided.
Data Processor and Data Controller – which are you? Both controllers and processors have responsibilities and obligations under the GDPR. This post clarifies what they both are and their responsibilities with GDPR.
GDPR provides several arrangements to streamline legal compliance and provide guidance. This includes regulatory tools of self-regulation, co-regulation; and public-private partnerships. This post also deals with cross-border transfers.
This GDPR series part 2 deals with data protection by design, data protection by default, data subject rights and what constitutes personal data and sensitive data.
GDPR stands for General Data Protection Regulation. It makes up the second part of the General Protection Reform Package. This post is an introduction to what GDPR is regarding your business.