Your Business: GDPR - the myths and the methods for SMEs

It’s only eight months until GDPR comes into force. Here, Quinton O’Reilly busts the most commonly held myths surrounding the new regulations

24th September, 2017
It may also be a surprise where those third parties are based.

Eight months. That might seem like enough time to get everything in place before the EU’s new data regulations come into force, but for many businesses, it’s a tight timeframe.

With GDPR (general data protection regulation) coming into effect on May 25, 2018, much of the attention has been placed on the consequences.

While it’s true that the maximum fine for a business not complying is greater than before – up to €10...

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