As expected, the lawmakers have finally decided to come out with concrete recommendations for practical implementations of the GDPR. Their advice concerns profiling, breaches and guidelines for performing DPIAs. We will focus on those in this series of articles.
Privacy Enhancing Technologies, or PETs, is not just another corporate buzzword. It’s a term encompassing technologies essential for solving privacy issues and demonstrating legal compliance. PETs have become commonplace in most companies. In this article, we list some of them along with best use practices.
One of the most remarkable workplace developments, BYOD, seems to be on a rocky road. The GDPR’s stronger data security and privacy requirements could make BYOD policies extremely prohibitive and risky to implement…
Non-EU businesses will face several challenges when doing business in the EU. The GDPR applies to them even if they are not based in the EU, as long as they are processing EU data. This presents a unique set of challenges to companies who might not be used to such regulations – but there is no other way but to ensure compliance.
The new privacy legislation – the General Data Protection Regulation - that will come into force in May 2018, aims to streamline and simplify the privacy regulations that are in place in the EU. Particular improvements are expected for small and medium-sized enterprises.
Few companies can go without using computers at a workplace. They are amazing productivity tools that make data processing and administration simpler and effective. However, security can be lacking if proper guidelines are not adhered to. But a few quick tips can help you keep your data safe.
Ensuring compliance with the GDPR and adopting all the organisational policies that it entails can sound daunting and too abstract. However, there are a few small changes you can enact today, at no extra cost and inconvenience, especially in smaller companies or departments.
Workplace flexibility is all the rage among employees these days, and companies are never eager to pass up on the opportunity to enhance productivity. The result? Pervasive ‘bring-your-own-device’ policies that are supposed to give you the best of both worlds. Here are some key facts to help you decide if this is the right policy for you.