The General Data Protection Regulation: An Overview
The GDPR is part of the European Commission’s plan to modernise and harmonise data protection rules. While the GDPR’s main objective is to strengthen online privacy rights, it still addresses paper-based data privacy.
Who does it apply to?
The introduction of the GDPR in May 2018 will impact the following roles:
They say how and why personal data is processed
People acting on the controller’s behalf
At last, a simple 6-point guide to GDPR compliance...
This white paper will give you an overview of what
the GDPR aims to achieve and the problems it may present to organisations.
Nothing contained herein should be construed as legal advice. Organisations should consult legal counsel with regard to compliance with the General Data Protection Regulation or any other applicable laws or regulations.