In a little over two weeks, GDPR will take effect across the EU. It applies to any organisation, regardless of its size, inside or outside Europe, which holds or uses the personal data of EU citizens.
Our concise introduction to GDPR explains the impact of the new regulations on accountancy practices and offers practical advice alongside the official guidance and notes from the Information Commissioner’s Office.
Our article explains how tax and accounting professionals can decide when a Data Protection Officer is needed.
It’s becoming a cliché to point out that GDPR is a journey, not a destination. But that doesn’t mean to say it’s not true.
To get themselves ready for the introduction of the new EU-wide data and privacy law on 25 May, we know that many of our customers have been taking a long, hard look at their policies and internal procedures.
The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) recently fined Carphone Warehouse £400,000 for security breaches following a cyber-attack that the company suffered in 2015.