Your Business: Dealing with third parties

Any contract that your business has with a third party will have to be reassessed so the new GDPR regulations can be taken into account. Quinton O’Reilly offers some insights on how to update your agreements

28th January, 2018

‘The world is a supply chain these days. We buy from people, we sell to people, people buy from each other and they sell to each other.” That’s according to Michael Conway of Renaissance.

“If there’s a breach in the supply chain, and there are compromises in the supply chain, they’re going to impact organisations and businesses and no more than GDPR; it’s the same sort of impact.”...

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