The General Data Protection Regulation, otherwise known as GDPR, comes into force on 25th May 2018. Organisations are recommended to start preparing for the changes as soon as possible to avoid non-compliance and ensure that any changes to processes and procedures can be tested, and that training can be implemented in good time.
General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)
Everything you need to know about the forthcoming General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) that is due to come into force in May 2018.
SA Law's GDPR Assist
We can help you tackle the new data protection legislation head-on with a range of bespoke services including our fixed-price GDPR Response Toolkit.
Data Protection and workplace coronavirus testing
Managing the data protection challenges of workplace coronavirus testing
EU-US Privacy Shield declared invalid
The European Court of Justice (ECJ) invalidated the EU-US Privacy Shield as an appropriate mechanism to meet the GDPR’s cross-border personal data transfer…
GDPR: two years on
Chris Cook examines a recent report from the European Commissions review of the GDPR, two years on.
A new age: working from home and GDPR
What GDPR issues may arise from working from home and what you should do to reduce risk and stay compliant.
Data protection and the coronavirus pandemic
Good news: The ICO provides clarity on common areas of data concerns during the unprecedented coronavirus pandemic.
Data protection and school photographs
ICO shares guidance following two schools being reprimanded for distributing photographs of pupils without parents’ consent.
GDPR one year on: make sure your small business is compliant
Chris Cook shares vital tips for SMEs who haven't done anything to abide by GDPR, and how they can start going about compliance.
GDPR one year on
Subject access requests and complaints have been commonplace since the GDPR came into effect. Find out more about the trends and traps.