Category Archives: GDPR

GDPR – Helpline Is At Hand!

I have been engaged on GDPR with a variety of clients for well over twelve months, and whilst conferences, webinars and other such events can give you a broad understanding of the regulations, there is nothing quite like working hands on within a business to give yourself a flavour of the challenges and unintended consequences […]

GDPR – In the news

GDPR has not yet hit the headlines in the way that it ultimately needs to. The ICO continues to issue guidelines and yet their communications appear to be buried amongst the multitude of spam and other general email notifications, I have spoken to a number of people who are registered with the ICO, and who […]

GDPR and Consent

Under the new GDPR consent remains as one of the lawful bases that a data processor can use to process data. In other words, if you have consented to something then your data can be used for that specific purpose. Over the past few days I have visited a number of websites, and it is […]

GDPR – The Clock Is Ticking

The General Data Protection Regulation comes into effect in 2018, and it is clear that there are many myths surrounding the EU regulation. At a recent conference an audience of technology leaders were asked whether they have a GDPR related project on their books, and of the 50-60 attendees only one confirmed that they are […]