Have a visible plan in place for GDPR

GDPR is arriving soon, but when and after it comes into effect, there’s one word that you should keep in mind in your work: demonstration, writes Quinton O’Reilly

13th May, 2018
Colm Stafford, managing director, ERS IT Solutions

In an ideal world, all businesses here will be in a position to meet the requirements GDPR places on them when it comes into play later this month.

Yet the reality is that many businesses are still trying to reach that point and may not be sure, as there’s a number of elements to consider.

While it would be amiss to summarise GDPR into one soundbite, Colm Stafford, the managing director of ERS...

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