Taking the mystery out of GDPR

Data protection and privacy need to become part of the way we work, the GDPR Summit heard last week as experts aimed to cut through the noise surrounding the new regulations

11th November, 2018
From left: Sharon O’Reilly, IT-GRC Consultant at IT Governance Europe; Louise O’Brien, associate director, KPMG and President of the Irish Chapter of DAMA, the Data Management Association; Francesca Comyn, Legal Affairs Correspondent, The Sunday Business Post; and Ivana Bartoletti, head of privacy and data protection, Gemserv UK Pictures: Maura Hickey

When it comes to the General Data Protection Regulation, we often hear it said that “ignorance is not a defence”. But it might also be argued that there’s too much information, speculation and scaremongering still doing the rounds about GDPR, and knowing what advice to take and what to leave can be a problem in itself.

In a grim echo of the data you’re going to have to sift through in...

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