Tuesday January 21, 2020

Put in the effort to protect information

Those who already behave responsibly with their data have little to worry about when it comes to GDPR

15th October, 2017
Gavin Carpenter, chief executive, Phonovation

While the general conversation around GPDR hasn’t reflected it, focusing mostly on repercussions, the entire purpose of GDPR is to create responsibility and accountability among those who hold, store and use data.

The regulation may be new but the approach and philosophy it brings is anything but. In fact, those who have been responsible with their data already will have little to worry about.

“The best introduction to GDPR I ever had is...

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