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Are you ready for the GDPR?



The GDPR compliance transition has begun.


For an ever-increasing list of challenging reasons, the 25th May 2018 marks a significant milestone in the calendars of business people across the globe. The GDPR (EU General Data Protection Regulation) has a growing reputation as a looming force for change, as active and developing technology requires an adjustment in the way we manage our data globally.

If you are currently doing business in Europe and would like to continue beyond the 25th May 2018, It’s imperative that you’re equipped to manage your compliance. So let’s talk about what that means for you…


Are you aware of the key changes?

The GDPR introduces a number of significant changes for businesses of all sizes. Click on the headers below and share your thoughts:

  • GDPR - What is consent?
  • GDPR - What if your business is outside the EU?
  • GDPR - The right to be forgotten.
  • GDPR - Necessary data.

Are you aware of other impending laws that may affect you in 2018?

  • What is The ePR?
  • What is The NIS Directive?

Click to find out more about The EU ePrivacy Regulation (ePR) and The Directive on Security of Network and Information Systems (NIS Directive).


Join the discussion...

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Do you have any questions, comments or concerns about these requirements? How might they impact your business? Let’s talk about it.


Read our latest GDPR blog posts

Include our thought-provoking blog posts as part of your research and check back regularly for developing news stories.

The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will soon be in effect, but many organisations are still working towards compliance. One part of the Regulation tripping people up is Article 32: Security of processing. It describes the technical and organisational measures that organisations...... Read more
The new EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) confirms that privacy must be designed by default into the processing of personal data. This ‘privacy by design’ concept is not new, and has for many years been recommended by the UK Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO), as outlined in its...... Read more


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View our series of GDPR webinars

From your first steps, to data flow mapping, data transfers and legal obligations, find out more about the GDPR with our webinar series.




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