As GDPR and the UK Data Protection Act mark their 1st anniversaries this month, we thought it would be useful to reflect on what we’ve seen over the last 12 months, and to share some views on what will happen in the next 12 months.
Well it’s that time of the year when we reflect on what happened in the previous 12 months and polish the Risk Evolves crystal ball to see whether we can predict what may happen in the future.
2018 was the year that saw the biggest change in data protection legislation and regulation in a generation as the General Data Protection Regulation and UK Data Protection Act (2018) were introduced. At the same time we saw the increase in phishing emails and businesses succumbing to hacks and data breaches which GDPR is trying to protect against!
The Leamington based cyber security and risk management company, Risk Evolves, has teamed up with CIMA, the world’s leading, and largest, professional body of management accountants, to produce a film on how businesses can protect their data from a cyber attack. More info
Just who is responsible for GDPR in a company?… Everyone starting at board level down…
GDPR In The Press
There was a flurry of press coverage, interviews, radio and TV coverage recently as the ICO began their campaign to make businesses and other organisations aware that there is now less than 200 working days until the EU General Data Protection Regulation (EU GDPR) and the new UK Data Protection Act become law on the 25th May 2018. More info
What Are The Consequences Of Not Complying To The GDPR?
The UK Government and Information Commissioners Office (ICO) have declared that no new legislation will be introduced to cover the growing threat of cybercrime as this is a business owner responsibility to address. More info
The European Union General Data Protection Regulations (or EU GDPR for short) is the update to the current UK Data Protection Act. It will impact all business and how we deal with data online. More info