GDPR: What does it mean for businesses?
There is a lot to digest within the new regulation and some familiar concepts too, with a number of existing laws from the Data Protection Directive 1995 and Data Protection Act 1998 being updated to reflect the changes in modern technology. However, there is still a significant amount to get to grips with and comply with in order to ensure your business avoids significant fines.
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In our GDPR Q&A, you’ll discover:
Why the GDPR has come about
What businesses must do in order to comply
Where data protection responsibility lies
The impact of not complying
Do you know your responsibilities?
Understanding the changing responsibilities of data controllers and processors is crucial to complying with the GDPR, with the regulation clarifying that both parties must work together to protect the personal data of EU citizens. This relies on each party asking questions and being assured that the correct measures are in place.
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