Month: February 2018

  • GDPR rights of the citizen using practical examples

    GDPR rights of the citizen using practical examples

    This post came to be through a request whereas people are asking; What do my rights as a citizen under GDPR really mean in day to day life? Hence this post will present you with practical examples of scenarios where the average citizen could benefit from the regulations imposed by GDPR. You can consider this […]

  • GDPR titbits series: Protect the system administrator

    GDPR titbits series: Protect the system administrator

    GDPR has forced us to look into the various layers of security applied around businesses. Classify our data and ensure there are sufficient mechanisms in place to protect it. There are however a group of select people who will always have access to most of,  if not all of the data within a company. The […]

  • GDPR titbits series: Heralding the rise of cold calling

    GDPR titbits series: Heralding the rise of cold calling

    Over the years we have seen a decrease in the amount of marketing calls we receive, thanks to email. E-mail is free, easily accessible, you can put more information and you can get really fancy, making it a great marketing tool as well as more cost effective and efficient operationally speaking. However the GDPR and ePrivacy […]

  • GDPR titbits series: We are all controllers

    GDPR titbits series: We are all controllers

    A perspective on Human Resources for GDPR. I’m usually very biased on providing input related to GDPR which is usually targeted towards software companies, however I recently came across some questions which are relevant for every company. More specifically relevant for the Human resources department (HR). Below is a subset of data that the majority […]