They will be outlining the key issues that businesses need to consider as they prepare for the new EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) to come into force in May 2018. This includes:
- Wider scope and tougher sanctions
- Accountability and governance
- Consent rules
- The new compliance regime
- Privacy by design and by default and accountability
- New obligations of data processors
- Data breach notifications
- Pseudonymisation / anonymization
- The ‘right to be forgotten’
- Right to object to profiling
- Right to data portability
- Data subject access requests
- Cross-border data transfers
- Data Protection Officer
- What you should do now
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For a confidential discussion about GDPR compliance and any other specific data protection law queries, contact Tad Ostrowski or Nuala Watkins at Artington Legal on 020 3740 2360 or email email@example.com.
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