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Are you ready for the EU GDPR?


The EU General Data Protection Regulation, GDPR, replaced current EU and national data protection legislation in April 2016. Companies now have less than a two-year transition period to comply with the GDPR, which is in law now, but will come into full force in May 2018. Organisations need to implement these changes to meet EU GDPR compliance and take measures to ensure the data they are responsible for is protected accordingly.


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The below Infographic gives you a great insight into the workings of how GDPR will impact organisations across Europe

GDPR Infographic - Data Protection for the digital era. First sliced half of the Infographic image which looks at the benefits of GDPR - One Heading entitled 'Better protection for personal data' and related content'
Second sliced half of the Infographic image which looks at the benefits of GDPR - Heading titles on this slice of the image inforgraphic include 'More Oppertunities for Business' and 'more consistent application and effective enforcement'
EU Commissioner, and Member of European Parliament Viviane Reding giving a Press Conference on the reform of EU data Protection rules at the EU Headquarters in Brussels.

The General Data Protection Regulation in a nutshell


After more than three years of discussion the EU General Data Protection Regulation or GDPR framework has been finally agreed on. This directive will replace the current 1998 Data Protection Act. As with most major legislative change it will not be enforced immediately and will likely become compulsory at the first half of 2018.


The main intent of the GDPR is to give individuals more control over their personal data, impose stricter rules to companies handling it and make sure companies embrace new technology to process the influx of data produced. Here are the major changes that are mentioned in this new legislation:


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