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
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.
GDPR breaches that could cost you a bomb
Fines from European regulators are hefty and avoidable. Find out how costly non-compliance with GDPR could be for your business.
10 cost-free steps to improve your security today
Good privacy compliance and good security practices are inherently linked. Here are some simple steps you can encourage your team to take today – no time, money or training days required.
10 questions with Karima Noren
Karima Noren is the co-founder of the Privacy Compliance Hub, the former head of emerging markets at Google, and a self-confessed extrovert. Here we find out more about Karima as she explains why so many business leaders are missing the point when it comes to privacy.
Facebook, Clubhouse, and why you should care about privacy
I care about privacy. You should too. I’ll try and explain why. I’m going to tell you it doesn’t matter that you’re careful. I’m going to make you see it’s not all about you. And I’m going to show why it’s way bigger than you may think. Here goes…
Leading law firm Mishcon de Reya partners with the Privacy Compliance Hub
Leading law firm Mishcon de Reya has teamed up with the Privacy Compliance Hub, leading data protection compliance provider, to launch Hub Plus, a new service for businesses to access experts on data privacy compliance.
Scaling fast? Don’t forget about privacy
Fast-moving scale ups shouldn’t put privacy on the back burner. Here’s why small businesses with big dreams should keep privacy compliance at the top of their priority list:
How to make your employees fall in love with privacy
When 90% of data breaches in the UK are down to human error, your team really is your best defence and your greatest weakness when it comes to privacy compliance. Here’s how to get your people to care more about privacy.