GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) came into effect on 25th May 2018, introducing a complex set of data protection rules that affect every global company that does business with citizens of the European Union. Forbes described the launch of GDPR as been as the “greatest change to European data security in 20 years.” The European Parliament ratified GDPR in April 2016, giving companies just over two years to implement the regulations. Since then, the online Read more…
An integral part of your journey towards GDPR compliance is understanding what data you collect, where it is stored and the conditions in which it is stored. Data mapping, also known as a data inventory, this process can be particularly challenging if your organisation does not already have a central map of personal data or if operations span multiple locations.
With GDPR only a few months away, the number of papers, seminars and news reports available on the new regulation are growing in number. Can you sort the facts from the fiction? We have fact checked some of the most common myths of General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) in our latest blog.