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How Does Healthcare Consent Work Under GDPR?

Consent is important across the spectrum of nearly every industry, but it’s especially critical...

The 3 Principal Changes to the New Zealand Privacy Law

New Zealand recently passed a new privacy bill to update its original Privacy Act 1993. ...

The DPO challenges

Officer’, in the commercial sense – a holder of a senior post in a society, company or other...

5 Tips to Improve Organizational Data Protection for Remote Employees

There has been a lot of debate about the merits of people working from home. Not only does it...

Why GDPR Principles Are the Baseline for Coronavirus Contact Tracing Technology

New technology is always going to prompt questions about privacy for users. Free app users get so...

Contact Tracing: Why Does Everyone Want an App?

Contact tracing is a proven way to control the spread of Covid-19 and the idea of using a...

Spreadsheets and the risk to GDPR compliance.

The head of the organisation is responsible for demonstrating compliance. While some sole...

Will the Proposed Dutch Coronavirus Apps Mess with Data Privacy?

Solving for the coronavirus problem has been erratic at best, sending companies, governments, and...

Compliance in Time of Crisis: Getting Data Protection Right

From companies to consumers, the arrival of coronavirus has rattled everyone. But while it’s...

7 Questions to Ask When You Receive a Sales Call

We’ve all had it happen.  You’re just sitting down to dinner when the phone rings.  You’ve been...

Get Your Data Protection Right: Data Protection Policies and Tracking Data Access

Many companies struggle to comply with GDPR, but how many of those end up being punished by...

UPGRADE: A NEW DSAR MANAGEMENT TOOL

https://youtu.be/-ng4tM5FNHo

We’ve upgraded the DSAR Management Tool in our...