This post relates to a Linkedin article written by Micky Khanna of GDPRPLAN.com and looks into the organisational measures and responsibilities in relation to the EU GDPR. The post looks at the different departments within a typical medium-large enterprise and considerations when it comes to implementing organisational and technical measures so as to ensure compliance.
This is an article that was written on LinkedIn by Micky Khanna, Founder GDPRPLAN.com in response to an article published in the Financial Times Weekend 6/7th January 2018 titled “Customer data sharing comes out of the shadows”. The LinkedIn article picks up on some of points raised within the FT article and expands on the implications that the EU GDPR could have on advertisers, ad agencies, social media, mobile marketing, and publishers.
Data breach shocker as 1 in 10 UK employees admit to accidentally leaking confidential data such as bank details and other personal information!
With just 6 months to go until the EU GDPR becomes enforceable, there doesn’t seem to be a day that goes by without research and statistics showing alleged “unpreparedness” for the new regulation, and a survey conducted for RSM Global (the audit, tax and consulting network) by the European Business Awards was brought to our … Read More
As the clock counts down to 25th May 2018 when the EU GDPR becomes enforceable, this blog post takes a look at the GDPR key definitions and terminology within the regulation that companies should familiarise themselves with: Personal Data: Means any information relating to an identified or identifiable natural person (‘data subject’); an identifiable natural … Read More
Following on from our first blog post which gives a 101 guide and background to the EU GDPR (which if you haven’t read it – you can do so here), this blog post explains the role of the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO). Who are the ICO? The ICO is an independent UK Supervisory Authority, who … Read More
Our first post is a summary overview of the EU GDPR and highlight some of the major changes that the EU GDPR will bring from May 25th 2018 when it replaces the 1998 Data Protection Act (DPA) and 1995 Data Protection Directive.