Opinion

GDPR and Live Streaming

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As our parent company Seccom Group continues to develop and expend their Live Streaming Services we thought we would give them the benefit of our expertise to make sure that their clients had the right information with regards to GDPR. The majority of the advice available seems to be from other streaming providers, and NOT […]

News

Is the UK GDPR Adequacy Ruling Inadequate?

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Those of you who follow our pages and previous blogs will know that we have been warning UK businesses that the UK may not get a UK GDPR adequacy ruling from the EU for the processing of EU Personal data in the UK. It seemed ALMOST inconceivable to us here at GDPR Auditing that after […]

Opinion

Confused about GDPR after BREXIT?

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No! well in the words of a very famous Stars Wars character …Or possibly, you should be. In this blog we try and unravel what’s going on and more importantly what has been set in stone and what is still up in the air. We are going to answer some of the fundamental questions that […]

Opinion

UK GDPR Adequacy Ruling

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Why the UK may not get a GDPR adequacy ruling and what that really means. Picture the scene You are a UK based business but you have some customers/clients from the EU, EEA and or EFTA (Europe). At the moment under the banner of the GDPR you can legally process EU personal data provided you […]

News

EU-US Privacy Shield is Dead

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Privacy Shield Ruling On the 16th July 2020 the Court of Justice of the European Union ruled that Privacy Shield does not provide a safe mechanism for transfers of personal data outside of Europe to the US. The ruling became effective immediately and therefore any organisation whose data transfers to the US relied on Privacy Shield […]

Opinion

Secure and Compliant Home-Working

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Pre Covid 19 a little bit of home-working for staff was beneficial for both mind and spirit. Advantages include a very short commute, familiar and comfortable surroundings. You normally don’t have to dress up and you aren’t as easily distracted by colleagues at your desk. Some businesses have always actively encouraged regular homeworking, it helps […]

eLearning

GDPR eLearning

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GDPR eLearning now available from GDPR Auditing through our newly launched eLearning platform. Is GDPR Awareness training the last thing you want to think about right now? Has GDPR training been on your to do list for some time but face to face courses are too expensive? Can’t make head nor tail of the multitude […]

Opinion

Getting Away With IT

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Dixons Carphone Warehouse get maximum ICO fine and potential PCI Fines So DSG or colloquially Dixons Carphone Warehouse has managed to avoid a hefty fine from the Information Commissioner. Apparently, the assessment was against the old Data Protection Act 1998 rather than the more punitive GDPR. Much of the issue was related to PCI DSS […]