As GDPR quickly becomes a reality for businesses, the abundance of information out there can be overwhelming. And some find themselves unsure of what is true and what is simply a myth. Here are some of the most common myths dispelled:
As many as two-thirds (66%) of marketing and advertising companies have admitted they are unaware of the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which comes into force on 25 May 2018, according to a YouGov survey commissioned by national law firm Irwin Mitchell.
With the EU Data Protection Regulation coming into force in less than a year, many organisations have started to put some measures into place so that they’ll be compliant come 25th of May next year. One question that still seems to baffle many is whether they’ll need to hire a Data Protection Officer.
The new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is the biggest shake-up in data protection laws in a generation and will affect organisations worldwide.
69 per cent of board-level executives are neglecting to ensure the UK businesses they run will comply with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), according to new research from Calligo.
The vast majority of UK boroughs have not yet allocated a budget towards meeting all the requirements of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), finds a freedom of information (FOI) request by M-Files Corporation. Yet the regulation is being introduced in May 2018, less than a year from now.
Daniel Fletcher from QBE Business Insurance examines the challenges which businesses and other organisations will face when the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is introduced from May 2018, and how they can best adapt.
With just under a year until it’s implementation, businesses need to start focusing on the opportunity of GDPR and how to best place themselves to take advantage of its benefits, says Ruaraidh Thomas, Managing Director, Applied Analytics, DST.