GDPR & Customer Data Protection: GDPR’s biggest impact may ultimately be its effect on overarching laws to protect customer data. GDPR’s one-year old story is interesting in and of itself. Therefore, it is perhaps most exciting in terms of what it portends for the future of data privacy. This is also including, companies’ and the U.S. government’s willingness and ability to protect customer data.
Better safe than sorry! Data protection officer (DPO) A data protection officer (DPO) is an enterprise security leadership role required by the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Therefore, Data protection officers are responsible for overseeing data protection strategy and implementation to ensure compliance with GDPR requirements. When the GDPR became effective, the DPO became a mandatory role for all companies that work with EU citizens’ data. DPOs also serves as the point of contact between the company and any Supervisory…
GDPR Compliance Services You have the right not to remain silent! ico.gov.uk f society is currently working with a number of Organizations to create a GDPR compliance roadmap. Equally important, we enable organizations to understand the steps one needs to take in order to ensure GDPR compliance. We can help you prepare for the GDPR. our GDPR services We distinguish the project of preparing an organization to comply with the GDPR requirements in the following phases: Identification, Data Mapping & Data…
The adoption of GDPR sparked a debate on whether non-EU companies that don’t process personal data of EU residents should comply with the regulations or not, even though they are not obliged by law. In this article, we will discuss the benefits of voluntary compliance for non-EU companies.
The EU approved the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) in May 2016 and 2 years later in May 2018, it came into effect. Since then, the world of marketing has been facing some issues. In fact, each company needs to review their marketing strategy or they could be facing huge fines for noncompliance. However, how can they change their marketing practices to become compliant? This is where contextual marketing comes into play.
Data breaches are not a new notion, they have been around ever since companies started keeping records. However, their nature changed and they gained public attention with the apparition of digital data.
On 14th of April 2016, the EU adopted the General Data Protection Regulation GDPR, replacing the1995 Data Protection Directive. The new regulation came into force on the 25th of May 2018, giving companies a two-year grace period to fully comply. Among the numerous critical requirements, the need for appointing a Data Protection Officer (DPO) has been one of the key factors.