Monday May 25, 2020

Getting your house in order for GDPR

In a matter of weeks, new regulations will shake up data privacy as we know it. Successful preparation is all about knowing your business, writes Quinton O’Reilly

22nd April, 2018
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Gary Tierney, managing director of HP Ireland, and John Keyes, assistant commissioner and head of investigations for the Office of the Data Protection Commissioner All pictures Maura Hickey

With less than five weeks before GDPR comes into effect, businesses are already well into the process of becoming compliant or are getting to grips with its requirements.

The key message of last week’s GDPR summit in Croke Park was to steady the course and not to feel overwhelmed by the task ahead. In fact, the upcoming regulations can work to your advantage.

In his opening address, David Collins, the director and lead...

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