When mere actions aren’t enough but proof for these actions is required as well, the need for thorough consideration of GDPR and data protection training becomes imminent. How to train an organisation about the GDPR and data protection and what to take into consideration?
The introduction of the right to data portability under the GDPR will have a significant impact on data controllers. But how should companies comply with this new regulation?
Data portability will have an impact on all data controllers as it enhances competition between services by making it easier for individuals to switch between different providers, whilst also granting them access to more information than they previously had.
Although the GDPR imposes new stricter rules on the use of end user consents, it is essential that also the end users themselves are active in data protection and privacy related matters. This blog post provides a few guidelines for end users to consider while registering to a service.
The GDPR defines that consent must be freely given, specific and informed as well as unambiguous. These abstract terms as such do not tell much to the data controller about the way consent should be collected. This blog post contains some golden rules to take into consideration when collecting consents.
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) imposes stricter rules on consent. This first part addresses some issues linked to using end user consents in the online environment.