Data protection requirements are set to undergo major reform with the introduction of the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) on 25 May 2018.
Companies need to ensure that they are aware of their legal obligations and comply with these to prevent information from being misused or falling into the wrong hands. With fines under the GDPR set to increase to up to €20 million or 4% of a company’s global annual turnover (whichever is higher), compliance is an issue companies cannot afford to ignore.
With the GDPR hailed by the ICO as the “biggest shake up for consumers’ data protection rights for three decades” making sure you are aware of obligations and rights is of paramount importance. Our experts can help you navigate the impact of the GDPR and guide you through the practical implications of the change in the law from data mapping and risk assessments to breach reporting and subject access requests.
Right of Data Portability: Do organisations have to transfer all of a data subject’s personal data to another controller?
Data portability is a new right for data subjects under the GDPR, although its scope and application has been misstated by some.
The new right of data portability allows individuals to request a copy of their personal data in a commonly used machine readable device and either store the data themselves or transfer the data..Read more
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The news surrounding Facebook and Cambridge Analytica sends a clear warning to organisations holding and processing personal data - tighten...Read more
Campaign groups are continuing to increase pressure on the government to reconsider the ‘immigration exemption’ in the Data Protection Bill...Read more
With GDPR dominating the headlines anyone would be forgiven for thinking this is the only change taking place in the...Read more