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.
Five reasons why education businesses need to prioritise privacy
The pandemic has supercharged the edtech sector. But amid the excitement of digital transformation, here’s why privacy still needs to be front of mind
Let’s talk privacy with Nicole Wong, former Deputy US Chief Technology Officer
Google, Twitter and the Obama administration; American attorney Nicole Wong has been at the forefront of privacy, technology law and regulation for the past two decades. She is the 2021 recipient of the IAPP Privacy Leadership Award and here she talks with our Co-founder and former colleague Nigel Jones about the evolution of the high-growth technology sector, what it was like to work with President Obama, and the future of privacy in the US.
10 privacy tips for working from home
The world’s biggest remote working experiment provoked a 70% spike in cybercrime. Here’s how to protect personal and corporate privacy while working from home
10 reasons to be concerned about facial recognition technology
It’s everywhere you look and is set to be worth $8.5bn by 2025. But here’s why surveillance technology shouldn’t be taken at face value.
Five reasons why health-tech companies need to prioritise privacy
Health tech is a booming industry. Here’s why we prescribe a healthy dose of privacy.
Options for getting privacy sorted
At the Privacy Compliance Hub we are in the business of getting privacy sorted. But what does that mean? Here are the common privacy pain points for organisations and the options for making the pain go away.
10 questions CFOs must ask themselves about privacy
Busy CFOs might see privacy as an unwanted burden on their schedules. But failing to invest in privacy is a false economy when it leads to fines and reputational damage.
The NHS has paused its plans to share your health data. For now.
With the medical histories of 55 million patients poised to move to a centralised database, there is considerable scope for a breach of patients’ privacy and an erosion of trust in the health service.