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Brigantia’s Iain Shaw: “SMEs need the right system to make GDPR compliance achievable”

Brigantia Partner’s commercial director Iain Shaw, discusses why it’s important to allocate a budget for GDPR best practises and recognise the benefit of ongoing staff training. In this month’s print issue of PCR, I especially enjoyed Laura Barnes’ piece called “The Data Game”. This article examining the perceptions of GDPR …

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The data game: GDPR advice for retailers

In May 2018, the General Data Protection Regulation, or as most of us know it as, GDPR, came into effect. Ahead of its implementation, businesses and consumers were somewhat bombarded with warnings about its importance, the severe implications on businesses if they weren’t GDPR compliant, and a promise to consumers …

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“GDPR has raised public awareness, but there’s still work to be done,” say data specialists

During cloud hosting firm UKFast’s recent GDPR anniversary webinar, a number of data specialists came together to discuss the impact the introduction of GDPR has had on businesses and the public, and well as advising that more work needs to be done to ensure data is kept safe. Data specialists …

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One year on from GDPR: “I’m not sure we’re any safer now than before”

The General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) came into force on May 25th, 2018. A year later, what has been its impact and has our data become more secure as a result? Colin Tankard, managing director of data security company Digital Pathways takes a look… I’m not sure we are any …

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