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3 Triggers for Conducting a DPIA

Here’s a funny thing – recital 84 of the EU’s GDPR legislation states “…where processing operations are likely to result in a high risk to the rights and freedoms of natural persons, the controller should be responsible for the carrying-out of a data protection impact assessment…”. Paragraph 1 of Article 35 says pretty much the […]

Data Protection Steps Required as the Brexit Transition Ends

Brexit Data Protection

After 30th December 2020, the Brexit transition period will end. This has implications for the transfer of personally identifiable information (PII) out of the EU/EEA to the UK. To get around this the UK plans to reach an adequacy agreement with the EU so that things can continue pretty much as they are. By incorporating […]

More Data Protection Tips for the New Working Environment

WFH Data Protection Tips

As discussed in our previous blog post: 4 Working from Home Security Tips, many organization have changed the way they connect and communicate in their new working from home (WFH) environments. Therefore organisations must adjust data protection controls to account for changes that the pandemic has brought in our new working environments. The development of COVID-19 […]

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