Wondering how the upcoming EU General Data Protection Regulation (EU GDPR) will affect your business? Watch this on-demand webinar. During the webinar Dr. Karsten Kinast of KuppingerCole, discusses…
In December 2015, three years after the first draft was proposed, and almost 20 years since the Data Protection Directive was adopted, EU lawmakers came to agreement on the reform of data protection law. The new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) was agreed upon and is currently in the process of formalisation and translation.
Many businesses now consider the threat of GDPR “much more a concern of the marketing department,” than for IT, according to group technology officer at Blenheim Chalcot Accelerate, Mark Ridley. Speaking…
MiFID II (The Markets in Financial Instruments Directive) will be weaved into UK law from July 2017 and will demand immediate compliance from January 3rd 2018. It’s a weighty piece of regulation for the financial services industry and is applicable to anyone who provides services linked to financial instruments. So, even if you’re a lone IFA, you’re still duty bound to work within the new framework.
In this video, privacy & data security partner Heather Sussman discusses the EU’s new data protection framework, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which will go into effect in May 2018. The GDPR is designed to standardize the regulation of personal data processing activities in Europe, requiring that organizations document data processing activities, as well as those of their vendors and vendors’ vendors, measures which many companies find highly challenging.
Marketers are already making changes to their data management policies and processes as they prepare for the enforcement of GDPR in 2018. And with increased scrutiny for consumers, regarding the way their details are handled, the best policy is transparency.
Businesses in the UK could face up to £122 billion in regulatory penalties for cybersecurity breaches when new EU legislation comes into effect in 2018, says the PCI Security Standards Council (PCI SSC).
The UK’s Information Commissioner Elizabeth Denham has said the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will come into effect before Britain leaves the European Union.
There is no denying that the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) marks a great step forward for data protection in the UK and across Europe. But with less than 16 months until it comes into force, it is critical for UK businesses to start preparing now.
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