Posts Tagged ‘GDPR Privacy’

How to become a data protection officer

As you might have expected, the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) has created a spike in demand for data protection and privacy experts. Organisations are desperate to hire people who can guide them towards regulatory compliance and avoid large fines. In this latest blog discover what a DPO’s tasks are and how to become one. For many organizations, this isn’t […]

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5 ways to avoid a GDPR fine

After the ICO issues $450 million of GDPR fines in a week, be sure you’re not next. Source: 5 ways to avoid a GDPR fine GDPR For Consultants – Training Webinar   What You Need to Know about General Data Protection Regulation DISC InfoSec – Previous articles in GDPR category Enter your email address: Delivered […]

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Microsoft wants a US privacy law that puts the burden on tech companies

On the first anniversary of #GDPR, Microsoft calls for a similar privacy law in the US that puts the burden on the companies that collect and use sensitive data. Europe’s privacy law went into effect nearly a year ago. It’s time for the US to catch up, the tech giant says. Source: Microsoft wants a […]

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Privacy notice under the GDPR

  A privacy notice is a public statement of how your organisation applies data protection principles to processing data. It should be a clear and concise document that is accessible by individuals. Articles 12, 13 and 14 of the GDPR outline the requirements on giving privacy information to data subjects. These are more detailed and […]

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