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Seven ways a small business can prepare for the GDPR Featured

Thursday, 07 December 2017 Written by  Alex Bremer

Our friends at Southerly have produced a very timely and concise checklist for companies looking to comply with the imminent GDPR regulations.

"The phrase 'Data protection' seems to only come up when something's gone horribly wrong—like the recent news of Uber's massive data breach or the huge payroll data leak at Morrisons. But the frequency of data-related incidents could change with the impending General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) – the EU's law that comes into effect next May. The major update to the previous EU data protection law aims to regulate the use and treatment of an individual's personal data."

 

We urge all companies, big or small, to read this - it's a cracking introduction to the new rules.

 

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Alex Bremer

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Alex Bremer

Alex came specifically to web design in early 1998 at a time when the only web design companies were to be found within established Advertising Agencies. What seemed like a good wheeze (and a convenient and quick way to propagate pictures taken on his spangley new digital camera amongst his Internationally-dispersed family) quickly developed into a viable business proposition; "If these website thingies are so useful surely companies will want one of their own..?" From this innocent proposition has grown a web and print graphic design consultancy of global repute - a business of which he is justly proud.

Website: www.3bweb.com/meet-the-team/alex-bremer.html
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