Leading the way on Ireland’s GDPR preparation

The Association of Compliance Officers in Ireland is focusing on education and training to upskill its members to meet the challenges of implementing GDPR in their organisations

8th October, 2017
Evelyn Cregan, chief executive, ACOI

With General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) coming into force across the EU next May, Irish companies must take steps to ensure compliance or else face hefty fines.

The Association of Compliance Officers in Ireland (ACOI) is focusing on education and training to upskill its members to meet the challenges of implementing GDPR in their organisations.

“Data protection and privacy concerns are high on the agenda of our members,” said ACOI president, Clive Kelly.

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