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.
The Privacy Guy – Privacy Promise 2 – Inventory
The second of our Eight Privacy Promises. To comply with privacy rules including the GDPR and the CCPA your organisation needs an inventory of personal information. This basic (but sometimes difficult) step is one of the cornerstones of establishing and maintaining an effective privacy compliance programme. However, keeping track of your personal information is not as easy as keeping track of your employees, or your office equipment. Personal information moves quickly and easily and is often kept in multiple locations.
The Privacy Guy – Privacy Promise 1 – Awareness
The first of our Eight Privacy Promises. It is crucial to establishing and maintaining a culture of continuous compliance. Without awareness, people will not understand. If they don’t understand, they won’t care. And if they don’t care, people will not do what is needed to protect personal information and prevent a data breach.
How to comply with the CCPA
Let’s get one thing straight – privacy protection is not going away. California is the first US State to give its residents a high level of protection and control over their personal information. It is not going to be the last. And protecting individuals’ rights over their information is a worldwide phenomenon driven by genuine concerns.
Chapter 8 : Are you sure you’re secure?
In our previous blog post, we explained that one of the two most important things in making sure that you…
Chapter 7 : Are you sure you build products and services with privacy in mind?
Privacy has gone from something that virtually nobody cared about to something that is on the news daily. Organisations used…
Chapter 6 : Are you sure you know which countries keep data safe?
Not only do you have to make sure that every organisation that you share personal data with is safe, you also have to take extra care if that organisation is abroad.
Chapter 5 : Are you sure that nobody will complain?
If you want to avoid the attention of the regulators you need to do two things. The first thing is…
Chapter 4 : Are you sure you trust the organisations you are sharing data with?
Individuals give their personal information to organisations like yours because they trust you. Organisations like yours then share that personal…