GDPR is a new data protection law for every member country of the European Union. And even though the UK will turn its back on the EU in 2019, nothing will stop this law. It’s going ahead.
Let’s be clear, GDPR will change everything about how you store, manage and process data for your staff (and anyone else, for that matter). It has executives at multinationals feeling nervous, let alone employers at SMEs. Help is here…
The legal eagles at BrightHR came together with the data analysts and the software developers and, well, everyone, to explain GDPR in simple terms and offer guidance on what you need to do—starting today.
The government’s new Data Protection Bill will replace the UK Data Protection Act (DPA), a tired and creaking law from the ’90s that long ago became unfit for this fast-changing digital world.
The new bill will make sure that GDPR is brought into UK law. And like any fresh piece of legislation, people are now throwing GDPR buzzwords and jargon around with abandon.
Some may be in a panic about the looming changes, others just want to sound smart (but really just talk tosh). Don’t be that last person. Get to grips with the real GDPR in this simple glossary.
You’re an employer at an SME. So you’ll control, store and process personal information. Possibly for the public, almost certainly for your staff. With GDPR, get ready for a raft of new responsibilities.
One of them involves the role of a Data Protection Officer (DPO). If you’re unsure what this is and whether it matters to your SME, you’re in the right place.
Here we break down the role of a DPO, what tools help a DPO, and reveal whether your business actually needs one.