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OMG!!! Only 345 Working Days to GDPR… (but what is it and what does it mean?) 0

The General Data Protection Regulation is the new legislation replacing the current Data Protection Act, becoming a new citizen’s charter for the protection of personal data. So we’ll be running

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ICO Actions Before GDPR 0

Three data protection moves by the ICO The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) is one of many organisations preparing for the GDPR.  As the regulator, they are already taking steps that

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6 Ways To Prepare For The EU’s GDPR 0

In less than 20 months, all US companies doing business in the EU will face new consumer privacy requirements. Here’s how to prepare for them. In less than 20 months,

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EU Hopes for New ‘Safe Harbor’ Deal with US by January 0

EU and U.S. leaders are coming close to a new data decision. The United States and European Union will take stock December 17 on negotiations over data transfers across the

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6 Ways To Prepare For The EU’s GDPR 0

In less than 20 months, all US companies doing business in the EU will face new consumer privacy requirements. Here’s how to prepare for them. In less than 20 months,

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What Will it Cost to Become EU Data Law Compliant? 1

The EU data law is due to come into effect in December 2017, and between now and then customer-focused companies face the greatest workloads and highest costs in compliance preparation.

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GDPR … tick … tock … tick … tock 0

Amongst a number of themes and issues that are raised on a regular basis at our monthly Customer Data Management Group (CDMG) meetings, data protection and the need for harmonisation

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A Cheat Sheet for the General Data Protection Regulation 3

We all know it’s coming, we just don’t know precisely what “it” is yet. The General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”) has now moved to the trilogue stage of the EU

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How the NHS Should Prepare for the EU GDPR 2

Government Officials in the UK have been facing ongoing backlash over their ability to protect citizen information following a string of data breaches over the past few years. Most recently,

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