If you’re new to the GDPR, the information in this section will help you get up to speed about the European Union’s data protection law.
What is the GDPR? Europe’s new data privacy and security law includes hundreds of pages’ worth of new requirements for organizations around the world. This GDPR overview will help…
Also known as the right to erasure, the GDPR gives individuals the right to ask organizations to delete their personal data. But organizations don’t always have to do it….
GDPR fines are designed to make non-compliance a costly mistake for both large and small businesses. In this article we’ll talk about how much is the GDPR fine and…
The articles in this section provide simple and actionable insights to help you and your organization comply with the GDPR.
Whether it’s an email client, a cloud storage service, or website analytics software, you must have a data processing agreement with each of these services to achieve GDPR compliance.
Download a PDF version of this template here. Transparency and informing the public about how their data are being used are two basic goals of the GDPR. This article…
The GDPR requires organizations to protect personal data in all its forms. It also changes the rules of consent and strengthens people’s privacy rights. In this article, we’ll explain…
News & Updates
59,000 breaches reported in first eight months of new GPDR requirements
The law firm DLA Piper surveyed European data protection agencies to tally up data breaches and GDPR fines issued since the GDPR requirements went into effect in May 2018….
What is considered personal data under the EU GDPR?
The EU’s GDPR only applies to personal data, which is any piece of information that relates to an identifiable person. It’s crucial for any business with EU consumers to…
GDPR compliance checklist
The GDPR is especially daunting for SMEs. Use our GDPR compliance checklist to focus your efforts and ensure that you understand the practical steps required to avoid penalties.Checklist