What: The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) replaced the 1998 Data Protection Act (1998 DPA) on 25 May 2018.

Why: The 1998 DPA was implemented ’s when there was no social media or cloud computing. It does not reflect how we now live and do business; we need better ways to protect and use personal data.

Does Brexit make a difference? No, the new Data Protection Act puts the GPDR into UK law.


How to meet the GDPR requirements

  1. Find out more about the GDPR principles to understand what needs to be done
  2. Do an audit of all your personal data and determine where you already meet the GDPR principals
  3. Plan out the changes required to processes, procedures and IT.
  4. Implement the changes
Get in touch for details about how we can help you with these tasks.
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