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GDPR

Q&A - the GDPR and data subject access requests

DATA PROTECTION

Q&A - the GDPR: what is personal data?

IT EQUIPMENT

Recycling phones - is there a security risk?

Like most businesses you have old gadgets and IT kicking around the office, taking up valuable space. You want to have a clear out, but what’s the safest way to get rid of it? More...

GDPR

The GDPR: reporting data breaches

You’ve heard that when the General Data Protection Regulation comes into force businesses will have to self-report every personal data breach to the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO). Is this true? More...

DATA PROTECTION

Prosecuted for illegally sharing personal data

Following the successful prosecution of an employee, the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) is asking all businesses to remind staff about the consequences of illegally sharing personal data. What should you do? More...

MARKETING

Telephone Preference Service moves to ICO

DATA PROTECTION

How to remove your details from 192.com

The website 192.com can provide a wealth of information about a person, such as their full name, address, telephone number and details of those they live with. Is it possible to have your details removed from its database? More...

PERSONNEL

Prevent theft of employees’ personal information

Morrisons recently hit the headlines when 100,000 staff had their personal information stolen and posted online. It turns out this wasn’t the work of a hacker but an inside job. What should you do to protect your company? More...

DATA PROTECTION

ICO to scrutinise company websites

The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) will soon start examining companies’ websites to ensure that their privacy policies don’t breach data protection laws. Do the directors need to be worried about this? More...

DATA PROTECTION

Suspected theft: can you install hidden cameras?

The directors are confident that an employee is helping themselves to company stock. Trouble is, it’s proving difficult to pin-point exactly who it is. Can hidden CCTV cameras be installed to catch the perpetrator in the act? More...
Last updated: 29.05.2020

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