Welcome to the fifth instalment in our mini-series of blog posts on the General Data Protection Regulation ("GDPR"). GDPR provides individuals with greater rights over their personal information. This post highlights three principal r…
GDPR comes into force in:
Data protection affects every public and private sector organisation that deals with information about individuals, such as customers, employees or suppliers. Clarion’s data protection solutions involve proactive support for organisations, throughout Yorkshire, nationally and internationally, that need to implement, test or improve data protection compliance, including full or partial data protection audits, as well as reactive advice for organisations that have breached data protection laws. We can also advise and prepare organisations for the changes arising from the upcoming General Data Protection Regulation.
EU General Data Protection Regulation
Data protection in the UK and across the EU is set to change on Friday 25 May 2018 when the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will come into effect, superseding the current Data Protection Act 1998. From this date, the GDPR will govern data privacy and impose new obligations on businesses and public bodies as to how personal data is generated, processed, transferred and stored. With significantly higher penalties and tougher requirements, it is essential that organisations are compliant with the GDPR.
For further advice on data protection and the GDPR please contact Matthew Hattersley, head of our data protection team, based in leeds.
For up to date insight on preparing for the GDPR please visit our blog page.
Welcome to the fourth instalment in our mini-series of blog posts on the General Data Protection Regulation. The blogs provide background to the GPDR and include tips to help you make sure your business has robust data protection processes and procedures …
Welcome to the third instalment in our mini-series of blog posts on the General Data Protection Regulation.
Welcome to the second instalment in our mini-series of blog posts on the General Data Protection Regulation.
Welcome to the first instalment in our mini-series of blog posts on the General Data Protection Regulation.
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