12 months after the implementation of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), the fining has started and the ICO are not holding back! The GDPR is back in focus, after record breaking fines have been handed out for the mismanagement
A record fine has been issued to British Airways following the loss of customer data in 2018 The breach in September last year saw hackers obtain names, email addresses and credit card information being used on the British Airways website and
If you are concerned that your GDPR compliance is not what it should be, then you are certainly not alone. In fact, it has come to light recently, that the Information Commissioners Office themselves are not quite there yet when
GDPR comes into force on 25th May 2018, but it doesn’t end there. Every company that handles personal data will have ongoing data management responsibilities, and ignoring these could result in costly fines from the ICO. Companies who process and
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