GDPR

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which came into force in May 2018, makes companies and organizations that process personal data such as that of their customers, users, employees or partners responsible for the protection of personal data. Do you collect or process personal data?

This involves taking measures to ensure that the use of such data respects the privacy of the persons concerned. Compliance is a complex and multi-faceted task: legal, organizational, data security, data governance, methodology, etc. Our experts will guide you to comply and secure your data, associated processing and security.

Data Protection and Law Enforcement Directive

Data Protection and Law Enforcement Directive

The Law Enforcement Directive (LED) is a piece of EU legislation. It deals with the processing of personal data by data controllers for ‘law enforcement purposes’. In our monthly podcast...

The GDPR and right to be forgotten: why do business have everything to gain?

The GDPR and right to be forgotten: why do business have everything to gain?

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) significantly increases the rights of individuals over their data. As from 25 May 2018, the effective date of the Regulation, any person living in...

BCBS 239, GDPR: why must banks focus on data governance?

BCBS 239, GDPR: why must banks focus on data governance?

The banking sector is currently passing through a period of transition due to new regulations. Today, new technologies are playing a key role in helping the industry to address the...

The basics of data mapping in the age of the GDPR

The basics of data mapping in the age of the GDPR

Now organisations are preparing for the entry into force of the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) in 2018, the first stage for many of them will be to acquire an...

GDPR : what obligations for data controllers?

GDPR : what obligations for data controllers?

After our article GDPR: what new rights for your personal information?, we go further into what the general regulation brings to data protection. As well as extending the rights of...

GDPR: what new rights for your personal information?

GDPR: what new rights for your personal information?

The GDPR strengthens and clarifies the rights of physical persons whose personal information is processed, and the obligations of entities that handle the processing of such data.

GDPR: 1 minute to understand and take action

GDPR: 1 minute to understand and take action

The GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) is an hot topic for 2017. Here is a video to find out the answers with images. Watch here!