Close your privacy gap with OpenGDPR

Close your privacy gap with OpenGDPR

To calm the initial panic that preceded the implementation of GDPR, numerous organisations took the opportunity to offer services that will make all of us GDPR-compliant. Now, a few months later, only a minority of companies seem to have availed themselves of these...

Data protection: a matter of CSR or ‘CSI’

Data protection: a matter of CSR or ‘CSI’

‘Oh dear, yet another article about Facebook and data leaking, you may wonder. Is there really anything new to add to the deluge of articles on this topic? Being involved in Privacy Impact Assessment (PIA) we think there is. First off, we actually find it too much of...

How to benefit from IATA Resolution 753

How to benefit from IATA Resolution 753

Lost and found…and conveniently retrieved Many years from now, 2018 will probably be remembered for two significant regulations that came into force. GDPR and IATA Resolution 753 in the aviation industry were designed to protect personal data and personal belongings...

After all, data breaches are inevitable…

After all, data breaches are inevitable…

Benjamin Franklin is convinced: “It takes many good deeds to build a good reputation, and only one bad one to lose it.” An interesting perspective, especially in a world where we are sharing a tremendous and increasing amount of data. And in times where data...

5 Effective ways to implement GDPR

5 Effective ways to implement GDPR

“Wait and see” is not an option. The European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into effect in May 2018. How to reach compliance for your company in an effective way? Be sure, be smart, be GDPR compliant. Read more about the five most effective...

Data portability: all you need to know

Data portability: all you need to know

The new right to data portability (See also "four new rights of the individual") is introduced by Article 20 of the GDPR. This right allows for data subjects to receive the personal data that they have provided to a controller, in a structured, commonly used and...

Four new rights of the individual under GDPR

Four new rights of the individual under GDPR

The changes introduced by the GDPR in 2018 are substantial and aim for a higher level of data protection. The Regulation is again a wide-ranging piece of legislation passed by the EU and introduces new concepts like the ‘right to be forgotten’ and data portability (to...