10 Reasons Why UK Firms Must Not Ignore the EU General Data Protection Regulation

10 Reasons Why UK Firms Must Not Ignore the EU General Data Protection Regulation
September 09 15:25 2015 Print This Article

EU GDPR | Privacy BreachesThe EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), the most fundamental refresh of data protection law to hit the UK is finally within sight of becoming law in early 2016.

Although the fine details have yet to be confirmed, we isolate the ten biggest changes facing UK businesses between now and the point enforcement should begin in 2018. By then, data protection will have to be designed into the way organisations gather and manage data rather than applied in a piecemeal, retrospective way.

1.Personal data is now at risk

2.The GDPR will change global privacy

3.Fines have increased

4.Right to erasure

5.Breach notification

6.Encryption is now a no-brainer

7.One-stop reporting

8.Are Data Protection officers mandatory

9.Moving data outside the EU

10.Small Businesses are not affected – yet

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