The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) Digest

Keep up to date with all the news, views and progress of the important new regulation

Just one in ten consumers say they are very aware of a new data protection law which grants them new rights, despite GDPR being passed last year and with only 14 months to go until it gets enforced. Consumer research...
Companies frantically seeking advice on the new EU General Data Protection Regulation are being warned not to forget staff education following a business survey which exposes "shocking" gaps in cyber security awareness...
Chancellor Philip Hammond is being urged to give extra funding to the Information Commissioner's Office in this week's Budget, to boost UK businesses' ability to get in shape for the EU General Data Protection...
After two sessions quizzing data protection and legal experts, the House of Lords EU Home Affairs Sub-Committee is set to grill UK Information Commissioner Elizabeth Denham this week as it continues to take evidence on...
Adopting GDPR will put the UK on a good footing and give British businesses a major boost once the country finally leaves the European Union, a panel of data protection experts has told the House of Lords. Having heard...
SWOT analysis techniques (strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, threats) have helped marketers to focus on key issues for decades - and where some see threats, others unearth opportunities for their businesses to steal...
“Trust is your license to innovate.” That was the simple, striking and powerful message which Information Commissioner Elizabeth Denham gave at the launch of the DataIQ 100 last week. With good regulations, properly...
With just 67 weeks to go until EU General Data Protection Regulation D-Day over a quarter (26%) of marketers still believe their businesses are unprepared with just over half (56%) reporting they feel prepared and a...
Daniel Zeichner, Labour Member of Parliament for Cambridge and Shadow Transport Minister, has been making headlines recently for his principled stand over Brexit. Given the nature of his constituency he could hardly do...
Brexit is not just causing uncertainty among business - consumers have become more fearful, too, with 21% saying they now feel their personal data is less secure. But it could be a case of GDPR to the rescue - 81 per...

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