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
How to build the business case for privacy
Passion for doing the right thing is a great start with privacy. But spreading the word and implementing privacy compliance often requires something more – money. Here are five tips on making the business case for true privacy compliance and getting the budget you need.
Five privacy must dos for Chief Operating Officers
Often second in command, COOs have a wide-ranging remit, which makes them the perfect ally in the fight for privacy
Apple vs Meta: Who will win the tech privacy wars?
Changes to Apple’s iOS app tracking policy are directly impacting Meta’s annual revenue. But as Apple shows privacy is good for business, will others follow suit?
Need-to-knows about ICO25
The Information Commissioner’s Office laid out its new three-year strategy on 14 July. Here are the key points you need to know if you’re serious about privacy
Five reasons to become a privacy champion
Privacy champions help deliver organisational change and create a culture of continuous privacy compliance. But what’s in it for you?
10 Questions with Maya Moufarek
Maya Moufarek is a growth CMO, angel investor and the founder of strategic growth consultancy MarketingCube.co. She’s been working with the Privacy Compliance Hub team for almost three years after meeting Karima and Nigel at Google. We talk about common startup mistakes, where privacy ranks in investment decisions, and flower arranging
Presenting our inaugural privacy heroes and villains awards
Who’s fighting the good fight and who’s using facial recognition technology every chance they get? Drum roll please…
Five privacy must dos for CEOs
With a busy business to run, people to hire, people to fire and a whole host of other strategic tasks on their to-do lists, privacy can and has fallen down the agenda of many Chief Executive Officers. But it shouldn’t be this way