Tag: data protection

  • GDPR made Simple

    GDPR made Simple

    One year on from the enforcement of GDPR I was invited to give a talk by APS Bank on the topic. Whilst due to new priorities, I have less time to dedicate to this blog, I thought to share the presentation below. The talk was targeted at citizens and employees to ensure they not only […]

  • 5 steps to designing your Data Processing Activities inventory

    5 steps to designing your Data Processing Activities inventory

    Following my last post on a few things to consider when going through the exercise of creating your GDPR data processing inventories, I realised that there is much more that can be said on this particular topic. As such in this post, I would like to  provide more specific information, as to the best practices […]

  • Data Processing Inventories – A few tips to get you through it.

    Data Processing Inventories – A few tips to get you through it.

    Preamble Under GDPR most business have an obligation to keep an inventory of their data processing activities in relation to personal data. This is no mean feat and it is more onerous than it looks at face value. Trust me, I know, I’ve been through it. In this post I will share my experience, best […]

  • Brexit and it’s affect on EU companies – A GDPR perspective

    Brexit and it’s affect on EU companies – A GDPR perspective

    A short, straight to the point summary of the current status and GDPR implications.

  • GDPR titbits series: Events, photos & marketing

    GDPR titbits series: Events, photos & marketing

    It’s been a while since the last post; After the enforcement deadline of GDPR and all the additional work that brought with it, I took a much needed break. Nothing lasts forever though so here we are again. In this post we’ll be exploring a scenario were an organisation is either organising or attending an […]

  • GDPR titbits series: Data Processing Officer (DPO) Job Description

    GDPR titbits series: Data Processing Officer (DPO) Job Description

    Introduction The GDPR  under Article 37 requires organizations to appoint a Data Processing Officer (DPO) in 3 specific cases: a) where the processing is carried out by a public authority or body; b) where the core activities of the controller or the processor consist of processing operations, which require regular and systematic monitoring of data […]