As we continue our countdown to the GDPR, which comes into force in under one month’s time (yes –one month!) on 25 May, this blog considers the impact the GDPR will have on direct marketing and the steps your business can take to assist with compliance.
In this week’s edition of our ‘Countdown to the GDPR’ blog series, we consider the impact the GDPR will have on data retention within your business and the benefit of having a GDPR compliant Data Retention and Destruction Policy. 25 May – when the GDPR comes into force – is getting ever-closer, but your business still has time to comply!
As you should know, data protection law in the UK is changing on 25th May 2018 with the General Data Protection Regulations (the GDPR). Our GDPR hub has lots of useful information in relation to this. With fines of up to 20 million euros or 4% of annual worldwide turnover (whichever is greater), it is important that employers get this right.
This week we consider the impact the GDPR will have on contracts between controllers and processors and what steps your business can take to comply – for some more helpful hints, please read on. Every week that passes brings us closer to 25 May, when the GDPR will come into force. Act now and prepare your business for the GDPR!
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into force on 25 May 2018 and will bring with it greatly enhanced rights for data subjects. In this blog, we continue to explore the impact that GDPR may have on your business and some practical steps you can take to prepare. There is still time to comply!
As Platinum Partners of Dundee & Angus Chamber of Commerce, MacRoberts will be speaking at their upcoming event on 27 April – just four weeks until the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into force. This event will take a look at the best ways for an organisation to manage their online presence and mitigate risk.
As we continue our countdown to 25 May 2018, when the GDPR will come into force, we consider the appointment of a Data Protection Officer (DPO), whether your organisation needs one and how to document your findings.
This week we consider personal data breaches and the procedural steps your organisation can take now to deal with the new reporting requirements under the GDPR.
We continue our countdown to 25 May 2018, when the GDPR will come into force, with the second instalment of this blog series.