Tag Archive: GDPR

Coronavirus and Employee Data, Part 2

Welcome back to Part Two of ‘Coronavirus and Employee Health Data’! If you haven’t read Part One, just head over there now and come back after. You can also watch…

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Coronavirus and Employee Data, Part 1

Privacy issues of coronavirus and returning to work is a big topic, whether you’re a pub, a small office, you’re in the public sector or an international enterprise. While there…

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ISO 27001 is not GDPR

If someone says to you: ‘OK, we’ll get you GDPR compliant, we need to start you off with 27001‘ or they say ‘ISO 27001 is the standard for, or the…

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7 Steps to Prepare for a Personal Data Breach

How prepared are you for the inevitable personal data breach?  Did you know that good preparation can double your chances of not having a breach at all? Cisco’s excellent 2020…

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Personal Data Breach and GDPR

Can you recognise a personal data breach under GDPR?  Well, you need to be able to, because GDPR introduced obligations on every business, as controllers, to record all personal data…

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What is a Transfer under GDPR?

So, what is a transfer under GDPR?  Well, we’ll answer that – and deal with Brexit – and set out the 5 Key Facts you need to know about ‘What…

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4 Reasons UK won't abandon GDPR after Brexit

Are you wondering – or even hoping – that Brexit means the UK will abandon GDPR and relax its Data Protection laws?  We don’t think so, and in the time…

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10 Top Tips on GDPR & WFH

GDPR applies when we’re working from home just as much as when we’re in the office.  Otherwise, it wouldn’t be protecting that personal data. So stick with us as we…

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Email is PECR not GDPR!

Many get the Privacy rules on email marketing wrong.  For a start, they’re not in GDPR as commonly thought, they were set out in the EU e-Privacy Directive, which means…

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What are Controllers & Processors?

The difference between a controller and a processor under GDPR should be an easy topic, but it can even get Privacy professionals tied up in knots. Don’t worry if it’s…

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