N.B. This article is a transcript of TheGDPRGuy Podcast Episode 5 – The Virtual Data Protection Officer from July 2017. In this episode I’m revisiting the Data Protection Officer role, focusing solely on the...
One of the most (in)famous aspects of the GDPR is the Right to Erasure, (aka The Right to be Forgotten). But it’s not quite as simple as it first appears.
Article 20 of the GDPR provides the right of data portability. That is, if you’ve got some data on me, then I want access to it.
Explanation of the various terms, references and names used within the GDPR.
How does Brexit impact on British companies having to comply with GDPR? It doesn’t really. Well, okay, maybe a tiny bit…
Most Isle of Man organisations are required to comply with the GDPR.
“GDPR – When Compliance Finally Got Interesting” Presentation Video from the BSides Edinburgh conference 7th April 2017
The GDPR is all about protecting individuals (aka the “Data Subjects”) by giving them greater rights over their data, such as the greater need for consent and the right to be forgotten.
For GDPR compliance, generally, most larger organisations will need a Data Protection Officer (DPO), and most smaller ones won’t.