The UK’s changing relationship with the EU will impact how UK businesses interact with data. Find out how Brexit affects GDPR & Data Privacy.
Data privacy is probably one of the fastest-growing conversations the business world has ever seen. However, with so much noise being made, who should we be listening to?
CNIL, the French data protection agency, handed Google the largest ever GDPR penalty (€50m) for its lack of transparency in how it collected and used personal data for personalised advertising. What does this landmark fine mean?
The launch of the Data Privacy Periodic Table earlier this month was a roaring success. We’ve received some excellent feedback, and some people are even printing it off for their office walls!
Today we’re launching our Data Privacy Periodic Table – the first ever collection of the key “elements” of the data privacy world, regularly updated as new elements come to light.
How is the modern workplace progressing with understanding their obligations towards data privacy? Which new apps are strengthening our infrastructure? What insights can data analytics and artificial intelligence give you to guide your business strategies?
Who is creating business applications that improve the customer or staff experience?
On Tuesday this week, the EU and Japan successfully concluded their talks on reciprocal adequacy. What does this mean?
In case you had missed the media commentary, the deluge of “don’t leave us” emails into your inbox or the vendor advertising, GDPR is of course now enforceable.
The GDPR Interview Series continues to be incredibly well-received, with interest from around the globe and across business departments.
The GDPR Interview Series and what we’ve learned about Data Protection Officers We have interviewed representatives of the privacy industry, legal experts, technology specialists, the media and even regulators, and paired them up into a four-part series of eight interviews. The first instalment was released this week, featuring Emma Martins, Data Protection Commissioner for…