Changes to the governance of data will have far-reaching consequences for your business. The new General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) will determine how your business does business, and particularly how it manages, protects and administers data in the future. The new regulations come into place in 2018 and you need to start preparing now - find help here.

Nov
16

Legal update

GDPR, ePrivacy, consent and profiling: explained, debunked and demystified by the DMA’s expert team. Hear a case study from Cancer Research and insight from DBS Data.

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Oct
23

Webinar: How to audit your data

A vital first step in preparing your for GDPR is to conduct a data audit. Learn to accurately identify the data you have, where it is held and how you can collect it effectively - all whilst building a strategy to process and communicate with your customers the right way after May 2018.

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EU draft guidance on profiling under the GDPR

The Article 29 Working Party published their new guidance today and opened a consultation
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Irish High Court refers challenge to Standard Contractual Clauses to EU Court of Justice

Latest challenge to transfer of personal data outside the EU referred to European court expected to kick start updates ahead of GDPR coming into force
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DP2017: GDPR Panel Discussion

Take a panel full of industry experts and throw in one of the most pressing topics of the moment. What do you get? Invaluable GDPR insight and an unrelenting repetition of the word ‘data’. Lead by Dotmailer's Skip Fidura, our illustrious panel talk all things data protection. 
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DP2017: Next steps with the DMA

As we enter the final phases of preparation for GDPR in May 2018, DMA CEO, Chris Combemale lead a day of talks and breakout sessions surrounding Data Protection and the crucial next steps that need to be considered.
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DP2017: GDPR – an opportunity for transformation?

Information Strategy and Governance Director at Barclays, Fedelma Good knows a thing or two about data protection. Seeing the GDPR as an opportunity for business transformation, Good spoke at our latest Data Protection event to clear the haze around the laws and spoke about how it could be...
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DP2017: Accountability – The ‘forgotten’ principle

Duncan Smith, Director at iCompli, takes another of the DP2017 breakout sessions, focusing on accountability – a key principle of GDPR, but one that only appears in the Regulation once…
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DP2017: Using legitimate interests legitimately

Sacha Wilson, senior associate at Bristow’s explained legitimate interests in the GDPR
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