Month: July 2018

GDPR DPO and Article 37

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) has been in force for a few months now, but many businesses are still struggling to achieve compliance. For non-experts, GDPR compliance projects create almost as many questions as they solve.

EU ePrivacy Regulation: Everything You Need to Know About ePR

Want to know what’s the difference between legislation, rules and regulation? Need to know more about privacy and electronic communications regulations? Find the answers here in Consentric’s comprehensive review of EU ePrivacy Regulation on Respect for private life and the protection of personal data in electronic communications and repealing Directive 2002/52/EC.

GDPR Data Processor vs Data Controller

To ensure maximum protection for EU citizens, the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) defines two roles into which every business handling personal data falls. Somewhat confusingly, these new functions have the same names as those originally implemented under the UK’s 1998 Data Protection Act.

Don’t panic about GDPR fines.

Some companies are so risk-averse when it comes to potential GDPR fines and negative exposure that their business could suffer. But there’s no need to be on the defensive if customers’ interests are central to your plans, says Consentric’s J Cromack

GDPR fines and penalties: What are the risks?

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is the biggest update to personal data rights ever. As well as, giving European citizens far greater control over the personal data held by organisations worldwide, the new regulation outlines some particularly stringent penalties for breaches.

Digital Health offers huge potential for the NHS

Today marks Seventy years of the NHS, arguably the most loved and cherished institution within the UK. Yet in recent years, we have seen the NHS has become a victim of its own success. The innovations within the service are enabling people to live longer, but this has not come without its consequences.