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Data protection team offers expert advice on GDPR

ByrneWallace is uniquely positioned to help organisations with data security, cyber-crime and compliance with GDPR in the future

8th October, 2017
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Seán O’Donnell, partner, corporate crime, regulatory investigations and enforcement, ByrneWallace

ByrneWallace is dealing with a high volume of queries from clients regarding the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), ranging from employment queries to contractual issues.

“As the first large Irish law firm certified with ISO 27001, ByrneWallace has a unique understanding of the challenges organisations face in relation to data security, cybercrime and the onerous task of ensuring future compliance with the GDPR,” said Seán O’Donnell, partner, corporate crime, regulatory investigations and enforcement at ByrneWallace....

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