The Data Protection Network has produced practical guides, which we hope you will find useful in your preparations for the EU General Data Protection Regulation due to be implemented on 25th May 2018.
What profiling techniques do you use and what information do you need to provide to your customers?
Who protects your data? How will your organisation govern itself?
What data security implications do you need to consider?
How will you handle individuals’ rights to control their data?
CONSENT & MARKETING PERMISSIONS – Coming soon
What do marketing permission statements need to include?
TRANSPARENCY – Coming soon
What do Privacy Policies need to contain?
DATA PROCESSOR LIABILITY – Coming soon
Why you need to review data processor contracts?
DATABASE IMPACTS – Coming soon
How database and marketing platforms need to change
DATA BREACHES – Coming soon
Is your organisation prepared for a data breach and a stricter notification regime?
DATA PRIVACY IMPACT ASSESSMENTS – Coming soon
Are you ready for Privacy by design and default? When should you conduct a DPIA?
Inactivity is not option. It is crucial to assess all the data you hold, evaluate compliance with the GDPR, engage stakeholders and prioritise ‘fixes’.
Do you need a GDPR Readiness Assessment or more tailored guidance?
Contact the data compliance and marketing permissions consultancy Opt-4.
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The information provided and the opinions expressed in this document represent the views of the Data Protection Network. They do not constitute legal advice and cannot be construed as offering comprehensive guidance to the Data Protection Act 1998 or other statutory measures referred to in the document.