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Countdown to GDPR #3: Do You Need a Data Protection Officer?

To prepare for the upcoming GDPR we’re doing a series of blogs about key regulations and ways to be compliant with them. In Part 1 we discussed the Right to Be Forgotten and in Part 2 we spoke about Privacy by Design and by Default. In this blog we analyze the emerging role of the […]


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Countdown to GDPR #2: Privacy by Design and by Default

The deadline for compliance with GDPR is closing in and many of us are grappling with its regulations and their impact. In this blog series, we’re unpacking GDPR’s key provisions and exploring the implications for your compliance and technology teams. We started the series with Countdown to GDPR: The Right to Be Forgotten where we […]


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Countdown to GDPR #1: The Right to Be Forgotten

The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) deadline is looming, and no one’s entirely sure about its implications and compliance requirements. What we do know is that with GDPR the onus of compliance lies with both the data controller (primary data holders/managers/subscribers) and the Data processors (secondary data holders, SaaS/vendor apps). Or as Google put […]


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GDPR Advice for SaaS Companies

In an effort to expand the privacy rights of EU individuals, the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) places new obligations on any organization, no matter where it is based, that markets to, tracks or handles EU personal data. As you can imagine, the GDPR is the compliance talk-of-the-town for any company doing business in […]


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The Global Impact of GDPR

The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is fast-approaching with less than a year remaining for data controllers and processors to comply.  Non-compliance could result in legal action or large fines (up to 4 percent of an organization’s global turnover or €20 Million). As the deadline looms, companies around the globe who interact in any […]


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