Data protection impact assessments (DPIAs) are a new, but in some ways familiar, feature in the data protection landscape.
GDPR has sparked questions about whether solicitors are generally data controllers or data processors.
Your firm has just been hacked. What do you do in the aftermath of a cyber-attack?
Peter Wright explains ten key actions your firm should already be taking to actively demonstrate your compliance.
Compliance surrounding GDPR is patchy, so national regulators may need to think about how they will enforce the new EU privacy rules, writes Lewis Crofts.
This podcast explores how the EU GDPR affects the data protection rights of children.
This podcast is a detailed discussion of our GDPR guide for law firms.
Pearl Moses looks at the new requirement of data subject access requests and how to manage them.
Bhavisha Mistry asks that we see reason as the GDPR deadline looms.
Emily O’Neill outlines the legal conundrums to be solved in implementing internet of things (IoT) solutions.
Lewis Crofts argues that binding corporate rules is a sensible precaution for corporations seeking to mitigate the risks associated with data flows beyond Europe’s borders.
Allison Wooddisse considers what is on the horizon in relation to data protection for 2018, and what should be top of your to-do list right now on your journey to GDPR readiness.