The latest issue of Data Protection Magazine is now available to view online.
Coming to you in the heat of government debate on Brexit, this issue looks at possible futures for the data protection landscape as the UK braces itself to leave the EU.
GDPR:Report ask how concerned individuals and companies should be in the face of a surge in data breaches over the last 12 months.
The magazine also catches up with Austrian lawyer and data privacy activist, Max Schrems, who appraises the state of privacy in an increasingly data-hungry world.
The magazine also includes:
Breaches, breaches everywhere
“Cambridge Analytica proved there is nowhere to hide and the regulators will raid your offices on a Sunday evening to remove all electronic storage devices and every piece of printed documentation.”
Ian West, Executive Vice President & COO, GDPR Associates examines the significance of spiralling data breaches and highlights the impact on consumer privacy.
The future of data privacy
“[In] the future, where much more will be possible with the existing information, we have to make sure that the powers [of big tech firms] stay within reasonable limits.”
Max Schrems, data privacy pioneer & co-founder NOYB (None of Your Business) considers the challenges that lie ahead for global organisations as they work to satisfy expectations of increasingly data-aware citizens.
Data protection and Brexit
“In the absence of an EU adequacy decision… specific measures will have to be followed by businesses.”
Head of Privacy and Data Protection at Gemserv, Ivana Bartoletti, and Senior Data Protection Consultant at Gemserv examine the varying potential outcomes of Brexit and the different outcomes for data protection.
Balanced and informed views on the core data issues
Data Protection Magazine brings industry leaders together to provide advice for business owners and data governance professionals, as privacy legislation evolves worldwide.
GDPR Summit Series is a global series of GDPR events which will help marketers to prepare to meet the requirements of the GDPR ahead of May 2018 and beyond. Further information and conference details are available at http://www.gdprsummit.london/
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