Organisations are always looking for affordable ways to keep their data secure, but sometimes the simplest solutions are the best – and nothing beats the simplicity of a book.
With books, you get expert advice at your fingertips. You can study whenever is convenient and you can access the information for as long as you need it.
The problem, of course, is that there are so many guides to data privacy out there that it’s hard to know which one is right for you. Fortunately, we’ve done the hard work for you, selecting four essential books that can help you manage data effectively and meet your data privacy obligations.
This bestselling guide is the ideal companion for those trying to understand how the GDPR affects their organisation.
It explains the Regulation’s requirements in terms you can understand, helps you understand data subjects’ rights and the way consent requests have changed, and delves deeper into more technical requirements, such as the appointment of a DPO (data protection officer), international data transfers and the obligations of data controllers and processors.
Price: £39.95 £19.95
Cloud computing is becoming a bigger part of the way organisations do business, but you need to understand the privacy risks that come with it.
In this guide, data protection expert Paul Ticher shows you how to use the Cloud safely and in line with the requirements of the GDPR and the NIS (Network and Information Systems) Regulations 2018.
Written by Alan Calder, IT Governance’s founder and executive chairman, this book is an essential introduction to the GDPR.
It’s ideal for anybody who is new to the Regulation or needs a refresher, explaining the legal terminology and compliance in simple terms.
It also provides invaluable advice on how you can meet the GDPR’s requirements. This includes broad measures that your organisation should implement as well as tips on things you should and shouldn’t do when processing personal data.
The education sector is arguably affected by the GDPR more than any other industry. Schools must process vast amounts of personal data on students (as well as staff), and many of them have struggled to invest as much as they would like in data protection.
To help schools navigate their unique circumstances, we’ve created a revised edition of our pocket guide. The advice is tailored to help schools understand how the GDPR affects them and the steps they must take to achieve compliance.