GDPR ChecklistPosted in : Templates and Checklists ROI on 12 June 2017
GDPR is everywhere at the moment. We all know that something needs to be done before 25 May 2018 to ensure our organisations are GDPR compliant. For those who have managed to avoid it GDPR is the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation. It will replace the existing data protection regime and provide consistency across the EU in how data protection is regulated. The main reason that it is attracting so much attention is the potential for large fines for non-compliance.
Ultimately many of the existing data protection principles are still enshrined in the legislation and so there is a lot of GDPR that we should have been doing already. Compliance under the old data protection scheme will
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