Spring has sprung – and it’s not just your home that could use a seasonal makeover, your business operations could also benefit from some serious decluttering.
Posted on 21st March 2017 in GDPR.
It is official. The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is here to stay, at both home in the UK and abroad across the EU. Prime Minister Theresa May confirmed in January that Brexit will make no difference to the UK enacting this European-wide legal framework, one that will hold companies more accountable than ever […]
There are plenty of legislative threats to worry UK businesses throughout 2017, says Richard Villag at Smith&+Village, but worrying and complaining is never the right response to legislative threat.
In the era of social media, relationships between the customer and a business matter more than ever. A breakdown in that relationship, when trust is in some way seen to have been betrayed, can be amplified, and it may be nigh on impossible to repair.
Organisations are still operating with poor-quality customer contact data and this is costing them six per cent of their annual revenues, says Jim Conning, managing director of Royal Mail Data Services.
Posted on 8th February 2017 in GDPR.
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is coming into force in 2018. But do you know what your business needs to do to prepare? The GDPR Conference Europe recently surveyed businesses across the UK to measure their understanding of the prospective impacts of the GDPR. The findings showed an acute need for further training on the implications […]
Posted on 2nd February 2017 in GDPR.
Louise Read, from Experian, a member of the millennial generation, looks at how social media and data protection is being changed by Generation Z.
Posted on 1st February 2017 in GDPR.
Failure to conform to the new GDPR laws, will result in a huge financial burden on small and large companies alike. The current Data Protection Act (DPA) details that a monetary penalty notice will charge organisations £500,000 for serious breaches. This will increase dramatically in 2018, forcing companies to reassess their data security to ensure […]
GDPR will be implemented in 2018. The EU has created this policy to be up to date for the digital age and put individuals back in control of their personal data. One specific part of GDPR is the right to erasure, also known as the right to be forgotten. This means that individuals will be […]
General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is going to be one of the biggest shake-ups in data protection and privacy laws. The European Union are making huge changes and it is up to businesses to learn how to make the changes to be GDPR ready.