European Data Protection Supervisor claims that the forthcoming GDPR needs to be simpler and calls for the Data Protection Officer to be mandatory for all organisations and companies in the EU
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The European Commission, Council of Ministers and the European Parliament are about to turn the corner on the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) trilogue negotiations in the coming weeks and months.
According to the European Commission, agreement on GDPR is only 6 months away..
Companies need to prepare for GDPR rather than wait and see, say experts. Data Protection Authorities are acting as if GDPR already exists today.
While the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) requirements have yet to be finalised, 20 years of European jurisprudence is a strong indication of the direction of travel where the supervisory authorities are going to clamp down hard on those organisations and their outsourcing providers that violate the new minimum standards for data protection.
Many companies think they’re saving money by letting their employees use their own mobile devices for work purposes. But they’re running a massive security risk according to a leading data protection and compliance expert
European digital Czar slams Facebook for data mining activities and warns tech giant to comply with forthcoming principles of GDPR or face being kicked out of the single market
Marketers need to take action now ahead of the GDPR, warns Ardi Kolah
Disruptive innovation is changing the dynamics of the music and entertainment industry beyond recognition, according to a ground-breaking programme at Henley Business School
Data controllers shouldn’t wait and see what happens to Third Party Contracts after GDPR but take steps to future proof agreements in excess of two years in length