Two months after the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) took effect, compliance is patchy, meaning national regulators may soon need to think about how they will enforce the new EU privacy rules, writes Lewis Crofts, MLex’s editor-in-chief.
Bhavisha Mistry senses the panic in the air as the General Data Protection Regulation’s 25 May deadline draws ever closer. But she’s not sure what all the worry is about.
Corporations are seeking to mitigate the risks associated with data flows beyond Europe’s borders. Measures such as binding corporate rules, though cumbersome, slow and costly, are for many a sensible precaution, says Lewis Crofts, MLex editor-in-chief.
Allison Wooddisse, head of in-house and compliance at LexisNexis, considers what is on the horizon in relation to data protection for 2018, and what should be top of your to-do list right now on your journey to GDPR readiness.
Sophie Gould, head of PSL In-house at Lexis Nexis, looks at how some organisations are encouraging wider corporate engagement with GDPR compliance.
The clock is ticking down to the General Data Protection Regulation coming into force in May 2018. As an in-house lawyer, what do you need to know, and more importantly, what do you need to do? Robert Rutherford provides an in-depth, back to basics guide.
The General Data Protection Regulation will make it mandatory for certain organisations to designate a data protection officer. But does yours actually need one? What does the role involve? And just who can do the job? Joanne Bone, partner at Irwin Mitchell, offers a comprehensive guide to all you need to know.
Paul Cummins, head of Legal at Milton Keynes Council and a member of the In-House Division committee, offers a practical, nine-step guide to implementing the General Data Protection Regulation in your organisation.