British Airways, GDPR and data breaches

If you still think GDPR has been and gone. It is causing all kinds of headaches for companies and also the government. With data breaches and civil rights movements claiming fair play who could have guessed the impact of GDPR on the UK? Where does your business into the GDPR landscape? Are you simply keeping your head down? Now is the time to think again and learn some lessons from the British Airways data breach last week.

GDPR – will it be fur coat and no knickers?

GDPR really was developed for all the right reasons. However, many have considered this year’s regulation as a ‘hammer to crack a nut’. But we should remember there were very specific reasons why GDPR needed to happen. In the early days of the World Wide Web it was very easy to create a fake account, call yourself by a different …

GDPR, news and comments from GDPR Tracker

August is the silly season. Nothing much happens and media outlets are desperate for something to say. Surprisingly this does not affect the GDPR sector. You may well think 25th May 2018 was the beginning and the end for GDPR but things are really hotting up. These are just a few things we discovered on our travels around the GDPR …

GDPR, ongoing compliance and your business

For many businesses GDPR came and went with the 25th May 2018. There was a lot of media attention, hype and noise but now it’s all going strangely quiet for many. However, that doesn’t mean it was a load of fuss about nothing. GDPR is here to stay and it means business, in every way. Can a GDPR fine ever …

Brexit, The EU and GDPR. Is this the worst sandwich filling ever?

Is it time to embrace opportunity and change or just moan about ongoing GDPR compliance? The EU brought us GDPR. Love it or loathe it, it’s here to stay. So how do we tackle changes to working practices and transform them into tangible positives? How can business use GDPR, and even Brexit, as catalysts for change and innovation? ‘We’ve always …