All Data, Cloud & Security articles – Page 9

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    Tim Hunt talks marketing and privacy at GDPR Summit London


    Tim Hunt, marketing guru, ePrivacy expert par excellence from Flexile, will be making two appearances at the GDPR Summit London , at the end of this month.Tim is a Chief Marketing Officer, a marketing innovator and an international board Director with experience that goes back 30 years.He also specialises in ...

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    GDPR: the numbers don’t lie – the world isn’t ready


    In the mundane world of regulation, GDPR is box office. It’s the hyped-up major event for 2018, the Mayweather – McGregor of rules, where the countdown clock has been running for what seems like half a lifetime. Millions of words have been written, and it’s been a paradise for thought ...

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    MiFID II hits Gina Miller legal hurdle, what hurdles await GDPR?


    MiFID II hits Gina Miller legal hurdle, what hurdles await GDPR? The second version of The Markets in Financial Instruments Directive, or MiFID II, was formally launched on the second working day of this year. The regulation is designed to create transparency to act in the interests of the customer. ...

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    Open banking and GDPR, is there a clash?


    Open banking is here, that means you can give third parties access to the data held about you by your bank. GDPR is to be enforceable come May of this year, this regulation protects customer privacy. But is there a clash between the two regulations? On the face of it, ...

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    GDPR and payroll


    The rules concerning how you, as an HR or finance department, process data related to staff, are being transformed. But data concerning payroll! That will be unaffected, right? Well, don’t be so sure. Under the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) coming into force on May 25th this year, there ...

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    GDPR and Google analytics


    If you use Google analytics to track visitor data on your website, might you be in breach of GDPR – and could you be setting yourself up for a big fine? At first glance the answer to the question about Google analytics is straight forward. The General Data Protection Regulation ...

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    Attend the GDPR Conference Europe: roadmap for sales & marketing


    Marketing and sales departments will be greatly impacted by the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) coming into force on 25th May 2018. Now, more than ever before, sales & marketing professionals need to understand how to achieve the lawful, profitable and ethical use of personal data in their output. ...

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    Secure your 2-for-1 offer for the next GDPR Summit London


    There is no doubt that organisations need to look at the way they process, store and use personal data as well as making sure data is secure in the run-up to the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation. Failure to do so may result in a data breach, which could lead ...

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    Training staff for GDPR


    The General Data Protection Regulation is coming into force on May 25th 2018. Making sure staff are appropriately trained is essential. In the era of GDPR, ensuring data is subject to appropriate privacy is a fundamental requirement. GDPR also applies something called privacy as practice - privacy considerations need to ...

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    GDPR and the small business


    There is an unfortunate myth rattling around concerning GDPR and the small business. The myth suggests that they are exempt, the reality suggests there is a good chance they are not, and that means the future of your business may depend on understanding GDPR. To find out more about GDPR ...

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    GDPR: legitimate interests


    Image: Hans Splinter/Flickr: the balancing test is crucial Under GDPR regulation, due to come into force on May 25 2018, there are six legal bases for processing data. Legitimate interests is one of these six bases. This article looks closer at this particular area. According the General Data Protection ...

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    GDPR and the clash with MiFID II


    Deposit Photos They are two regulations about to become enforceable in 2018, but they may not be compatible with each other. The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) becomes enforceable from May 25th 2018. MiFID II comes into force on the second working day of 2018. GDPR relates to privacy, ...

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    Is technology the answer to GDPR?


    Is technology the answer to GDPR? It certainly provides a partial answer, but not the full one. Technology is not only a partial answer, it is the question too. The General Data Protection Regulation, to become enforceable in May 2018, was made necessary by technology. Rules such as, ‘the right ...

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    Background screening and GDPR


    Before GDPR, carrying out criminal record checks on prospective employees was something many companies did as a matter of routine. But under the new GDPR regulation they will have to re-think. The General Data Protection Regulation, enforceable from May 25 2018, means that employers must look very carefully at how ...

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    GDPR Summit London: Christmas has come early!


    The pressure is on for organisations to prepare for the upcoming EU GDPR legislation. GDPR Summit London is one day conference will host 3 theatres: GDPR Roadmap, HR GDPR Briefing and Roadmap for Marketers. GDPR Roadmap is the essential guide to compliance for businesses implementing GDPR. HR GDPR Briefing ...

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    The key to 2018? Ensuring private data stays private


    2017 has been a year dominated by the lasting effects of multiple ransomware attacks, including WannaCry and NotPetya, and the growing fears within businesses about the security of their most sensitive and critical data. These have brought to light a few very important lessons that businesses must consider for next ...

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    GDPR and HR, the lawful processing of data is complex, but essential


    With GDPR, having staff provide written consent to use their data may not be sufficient Many companies may be forced to not only change the way they process data, but under GDPR regulation they may even have to re-think some of the core assumptions they have made in the past. ...

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    Uber debacle illustrates how GDPR is not a company’s core data problem, but maintaining trust is


    Uber failed to disclose a data-breach for a year and now it is having to fend off public anger. Under GDPR regulation, it would be fined heavily, but frankly even the threat of GDPR compliance is trivial compared to the potential damage to its reputation. It’s not just the regulator ...

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    Five steps to GDPR compliance


    The impending General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will affect every business process that handles personal data — and customer service is no exception. Business automation expert , Parker Software, has released a comprehensive white paper explaining how customer service departments can ensure they are compliant. GDPR will be ...

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    Most UK SMEs spent 600 hours over the last year preparing for new GDPR legislation


    Six in 10 SMEs getting ready for 25 May 2018 GDPR deadline, but 2.1m still not preparing. With six months to go until the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) deadline of 25 May 2018, new research today reveals the average UK SME has spent over 80 days (600 hours) preparing ...