MiFID II hits Gina Miller legal hurdle, what hurdles await GDPR?
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?
Complying with GDPR is no doubt daunting. Organisations big and small need to get clued up as much as possible to make sure they understand what is required of them in time for 25th May. To help with this task, the GDPR Summit London and Henley Business School are proud to offer a free webinar […]
Posted on 12th January 2018 .
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.
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 to a reputational damage […]
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.
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.
The impact upon HR might be the metaphorical equivalent of a tsunami – GDPR is going to force HR departments across the land, and indeed across Europe, to engage in a major re-think.