As experts in data protection, privacy and the GDPR, we wanted to share our knowledge with you to ensure your compliance journey is as simple as possible. With a clear understanding, data protection best practice will become a natural part of your organisation’s way of working – a benefit to you and your business. So take a look over our GDPR and data protection resources below.Request demo
10 things you never knew about the Privacy Compliance Hub
Since starting The Privacy Compliance Hub we’ve discovered one really effective way to make people care more about privacy — make it personal. So we’ve asked co-founders Nigel and Karima to share 10 anecdotes about themselves and the Hub.
To reach a port we must set sail, not drift
Good privacy practice doesn’t happen by accident. Like sailing to a safe harbour, it takes foresight, training and continued vigilance to navigate what can be choppy waters. As Franklin D. Roosevelt once said: “To reach a port we must set sail – sail, not tie at anchor. Sail, not drift.” Done right, it can open up a world of opportunities.
‘Privacy is complicated and evolving’: why Third Space Learning & Olive Academies have joined the Privacy Compliance Hub
Our unashamedly simple solution works for organisations of every size, in every sector – from Channel 4, Navico and Onfido to Credit Kudos, Peak Labs, and SharpTx. See who else has joined us this month.
Let’s talk privacy with Paul Jordan from the IAPP
Paul Jordan is the European Managing Director of the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP). Originally from Dublin but having spent most of his life in Brussels, Paul has an in-depth knowledge of European public affairs. We discuss Brexit, the GDPR and what’s coming next.
How to send a B2B marketing email to someone you don’t know without breaking the law
I am passionate about privacy, but I run a business too and I recognise that companies need to make money. So can I send a business-to-business (B2B) marketing email without breaking the law?
Privacy Compliance Hub shortlisted for disruption award
It’s time to dust off the tuxedo: we’ve been shortlisted for another award.
Privacy & pilchards – what Brexit means for our data
This is an article about Brexit and what it means for privacy and the movement of personal data. It’s also about pilchards. After all, it is a rule of UK politics that you can’t talk about Brexit without talking about fish. So I’m going to tell you why personal data are just like pilchards and why those that work with data (or pilchards) could be in for a choppy few years.
I hate cookies. There, I’ve said it. That wasn’t always the case, but after recently going through the exercise of trying to comply with the law on cookies, I’ve changed my mind. Grab a glass of milk and let me tell you my story.
Defending privacy isn’t a one person job
Prior to co-founding the Privacy Compliance Hub, Karima Noren spent 10 years at Google before leaving to set up her own legal consultancy. It was a time when “a lot of very smart people were building really cool stuff but weren’t giving privacy much thought,” she says. That’s still the case today.