Data Protection Regulations
of global turnover - the penalty for failures and breaches
the fewest employees a company can have without a Data Compliance Manager
Organisations must conduct an
on data privacy for all new projects
to hold individuals' data
will be legally and contractually obliged to keep personal information secure
all organisations subject to a single
of organisations don't comply with existing regulations
of organisations said they were not aware of the EU Data Protection Regulation
Is your organisation ready?
Assess your organisation's position by asking...
- What needs to be
- What policies need
- How do we take care of
Train and educate staff...
- Are they trained on
- Do they understand the
- Do they understand how
to use the technology
necessary for security?
Prove you are complying with the regulations by...
- Ensuring documentation
is ready for audit
- Periodically reviewing
standards and policies to
adapt to the changing
- What is done with user data?
- Who has access to data?
- Is data shared?
- Are users aware and
consenting of data sharing?
- What is the purpose of this data
Technology has changed a lot since 1995 - up until now, the law has not. The new data regulations to be set by the EU reform the 1995 Directive. Compliance will be strictly enforced and once this happens, Europe's digital economy is expected to grow significantly.
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