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The Key to GDPR Compliance Lies with People Not Just Systems

The Key to GDPR Compliance Lies with People Not Just Systems

Although this may seem an unusual way to start thinking about...

GDPR Readiness Self-Assessment

General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) Readiness Self-Assessment Questionnaire

This GDPR readiness questionnaire will...

7,000 New Data Protection Officers Needed For Businesses Ahead of GDPR

Does your business need a new Data Protection Officer ahead of the GDPR?

With a matter of weeks before the General Data...

The General Data Protection Regulation – Just an EU Thing – Right?

GDPR applies to all EU member states, but what is different about the way the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is...

GDPR and Management of Vulnerable Customers

Why managing vulnerable customers has never been more important

With GDPR, comes a widening in scope of what constitutes...

Personal Data Under GDPR - A Whole New World?

What constitutes personal data under GDPR?

With GDPR, comes a widening in scope of what constitutes personal data....

GDPR – New Fines – New Approach to Data Retention?

It has long been accepted that data protection, has by and large been a poor relation in the world of compliance, and in...

GDPR – Age of Consent – No Longer Child’s Play

What's a suitable age of consent in relation to GDPR?

The age of consent, i.e when a child is required or able to give their...

GDPR – No more Data Subject Access Request Fees!!

Under GDPR, Article 12 (5), a response to a Data Subject Access Request (DSAR) must now be provided free of charge, unless...

Facebook scores badly on GDPR principles

As the fallout continues following the data scandal embracing Facebook and Cambridge Analytica, after facing heavy criticism...

Facebook scandal shines light on murky data business

Social media companies are being urged to do more to protect users' personal data following the Facebook scandal where data...

Pick a number… What should the GDPR fine be?

Arguably the reputational damage done to Facebook and the ensuing #deletefacebook campaign in the wake of its recent data...

Facebook value drops $50bn after data scandal

Facebook's value has dropped $50bn following the data scandal which saw 50 million users' personal data being scraped and...

FINRA warns of fake FINRA phishing emails

Not for the first time, FINRA, the US Financial Industry Regulatory Authority, has warned investors not to be taken in by ...

100 million cyber attacks in local government but still no training?

There have been almost 100 million cyber attacks on UK local government over the last four years, with around 1 in 4 local...

Here's Why You Must be Prepared if You Have Vulnerable Customers

Consumer vulnerability in the UK is a subject which has received a great deal of attention over the last few years.

Are You Doing Enough? 5 Ways to Protect Yourself From Online Hackers

Cybercrime hits a record high for UK consumers

According to a report by cybersecurity firm Norton, more than 17 million...

The Criminal Finances Act - It's Not Just About Tax!

When the Criminal Finances Act came into effect on 30 September 2017, there were a number of key changes introduced, but by...

Your All-Important MiFID II Research Checks

The all-important MiFID II research checks start with the establishment of research payment accounts with the agreement of...

Have You Done Your Research on Research Costs?

MiFID II requires investment firms to demonstrate compliance with a wide range of new measures, building on the original...

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