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.
Cookies are crumbling: How the advertising sector is adapting to life after third-party cookies
Google has announced it is delaying phasing out third-party cookies on Chrome until 2024. But how can ad tech wean itself off such prolific technology?
Seven ways businesses can avoid dark patterns
Customers are becoming more savvy and regulators are cracking down on practices that manipulate users. Here’s what you need to know
Five ways privacy training can help business leaders bridge the digital skills gap
The UK is facing a digital skills gap that costs the economy £65bn a year. Privacy training needs to be top of the list
Why do hackers hack?
Experts say there’s a new attack every 39 seconds. But what motivates hackers and how can businesses make sure they’re not next?
The big privacy compliance quiz
Think you were paying attention last year? Think again. Here’s our big privacy compliance quiz for 2022
Privacy Wrapped for 2022
Forget Spotify’s Wrapped playlist, here’s what happened in the world of privacy over the past year. If you don’t think privacy matters (or even if you do) prepare to be enlightened
Why a recession requires a value-based approach to privacy
Building a culture of continuous privacy compliance boosts trust, protects customers and minimises the risk of data breaches and fines – whatever the economic climate
The kids aren’t alright: regulators get tough on children’s privacy
Regulators across Europe are fining technology companies for not treating underage users appropriately. Could your organisation be next?
Five lessons from eye-watering privacy fines￼
At last — privacy regulators are showing their teeth. Each new week brings headlines about fines handed to a major brand for GDPR breaches. Amazon, Google and Facebook have all been caught out. And the monetary punishments are no small beer; we’re talking multi-million-pound penalties, big enough to make even Big Tech wince.