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GDPR: Even the Government’s have to comply. Weekly Digest 42

When looking over what happened this week, there were a couple of things I could talk about: ...

Why and How, our software now has a Data Protection Impact Assessment Feature.

What is a DPIA?

A DPIA (Data Protection Impact Assessment) is executed by an...

Data Protection and your employees. Weekly Digest 41

The Data Protection Authority of Hamburg (HmbBfDI) fined H&M, one of the largest global clothing...

Social Dilemma; Why they do not care about data privacy and protection regulations?

Social media has become an undeniable force in people’s lives today, and this applies in nearly...

The 3 questions you should ask before doing a data mapping

We tend to think of data as relatively static. Systems might be updated from time to time, but...

5 types of businesses which are data processors and data controllers

Reflecting back on my post from Friday on joint controllers, I thought it might be useful to...

Data protection, the NHS and the COVID-19 app. Where are we at?

The Data Protection Act of 2018 (General Data Protection Regulation) came into force to protect...

The Compliance and Data protection Weekly Digest Week 39

This is the first of a weekly post where I will try to highlight whatever interesting happened,...

How will Brexit impact data transfers?

A final and possibly hard Brexit is rapidly approaching. Whether it’s hard or negotiated, it will...

3 new policy templates available in our GDPR software

To help you with the current situation and your compliance journey, we have just...