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Choosing and managing data processors to comply with GDPR

GDPR choosing and managing data processors

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Over the past few months, Ascentor has published a series of articles tackling the issues on the typical GDPR to-do list. Our blog post looking at the Data Protection Officer (DPO) proved to be one of our highest read ever, so we’ve decided to look at one of the DPO’s responsibilities – ensuring that the data processor used by the organisation complies with data protection law.

Getting this right will play a big part in avoiding the risks that organisations face when processing personal data. But what goes into considering whether the contractual obligations in place between yourselves and your data processors provide adequate protection to comply with data protection law? Continue reading “Choosing and managing data processors to comply with GDPR” »

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A look back at cyber security in 2017

2017 cyber security year in focus

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

If ever there was an article that started with a prediction that came true – it was our very first post of 2017, looking at the year ahead.

We quoted John Chambers, CEO of Cisco who had recently said “There are two types of organisation: those that have been hacked and those that don’t know they’ve been hacked.” We predicted it would increasingly be a case of ‘not if but when’. And, as we all know by now, this year it was very much ‘when’.

So, join us for a look back at some of the cyber security issues and incidents we covered in 2017. Continue reading “A look back at cyber security in 2017” »

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GDPR: What does the Regulation require when capturing consent?

GDPR: Capturing consent

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) brings with it new requirements for the capture and use of consent to process personal data, along with new puzzles and misconceptions about the requirement for its use for data controllers.

Whilst we await publication of new guidance from the Information Commissioner’s Office on consent, we’re taking a look at the options around consent and the legality of processing data. Continue reading “GDPR: What does the Regulation require when capturing consent?” »

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