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
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.
The 10 privacy acronyms you need to know
It’s easy to switch off when faced with technical terms that you don’t understand. Here’s a rundown of 10 commonly used privacy acronyms and what they really mean.
10 questions with Nigel Jones
Nigel Jones is a co-founder of the Privacy Compliance Hub, ex head of Legal at Google, an RHS-qualified horticulturalist and the inspiration for our Numpty Nigel series of blogs… although he claims the character only shares his name, and not any of his habits. Here Nigel explains why good privacy compliance is just like a well-tended garden.
‘Keeping privacy at the centre of our values’: find out about the latest companies to partner with the Privacy Compliance Hub
Our unashamedly simple solution works for organisations of every size and in every sector. Our partners include businesses like Channel 4, Credit Kudos, Peak Labs, Snyk and more. See who else has joined us this month.
10 reasons why organisations ignore privacy compliance and what to do about it
Tied up in knots about privacy? You’re not alone. Here are some of the most common privacy pain points facing organisations today and what we can do to help.
Loss of customers, substantial costs and a damaged reputation: find out why privacy compliance should be top of your priority list
Mention data privacy compliance at a real or virtual party and you’ll likely spot more than one set of rolled eyes. But with organisations collecting more data from individuals than they ever have before and changing regulation to consider, it’s vital that privacy is prioritised. Those who get it wrong can face large fines, suffer from a damaged reputation and spend huge amounts of time and money trying to put it right.
Officially innovative: The Privacy Compliance Hub wins at the British Legal Technology Awards
The Privacy Compliance Hub ended 2020 with the popping of Champagne corks after winning the Innovation in Legal Services category at the British Legal Technology Awards.
Brexit, GDPR representatives and what you need to know NOW
A New Year – and a new way of getting fined.
Brexit means that some organisations will need to appoint a GDPR representative for the first time. Failing to do so means they could get a slapped wrist and a big bill in 2021.
But don’t worry. What at first may sound complicated will hopefully become a little easier with a quick read of this guide.