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Awareness training for personnel

With all the pieces in place, the final part of your GDPR strategy is ensuring that your staff are aware of their role in achieving GDPR compliance, writes Angela Madden

8th April, 2018
Angela Madden, managing director of Rits Information Services

With all the pieces in place — knowing where your data is and how it’s used; understanding your processes; identifying potential areas of risk; privacy by design; meeting data subject requirements and incident management — there’s one last area that needs to be addressed. It is probably one of the most important ones.

As with all initiatives, the people in your organisation play a major role in achieving compliance with the...

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