GDPR Summit Series: The highlights

The GDPR Summit Series, supported by Henley Business School, has hosted a number of GDPR events over the last 12 months. The one-day conferences offer delegates insight and guidance into creating an effective roadmap to GDPR compliance. Take a look at the highlights video below to see why 86% of previous attendees would recommend a GDPR […]

Company which made 75 million nuisance automated calls in four months is fined by the ICO

A company which made 75 million nuisance calls in four months has been fined £350,000 by the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO). Miss-sold Products UK Ltd made the automated marketing calls between 16 November 2015 and 7 March 2016. The calls contained recorded messages, primarily promoting PPI compensation claims, but the company did not have the recipients’ […]

Save £200 on your GDPR Summit London ticket

With only a few months until the new legislation comes into force, organisations must prepare now to ensure they are complaint. The next GDPR Summit London will take place on 30th January. This one day conference offer a host of speakers that specialise in data protection and offer their advice and best practice for delegates […]

GDPR and payroll

The rules concerning how you, as an HR or finance department, process data related to staff, are being transformed. But data concerning payroll! That will be unaffected, right? Well, don’t be so sure. Under the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) coming into force on May 25th this year, there are six legal bases for […]

Fuhgettaboutit: the GDPR “Right to Erasure”

Picture a bright sunny morning in June of 2018. A user of your web site, application, or online services walks through your front door — or more likely, sends you an email or snail-mail letter — invoking Article 17 of the recently-enacted EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), the “right to erasure,” a/k/a/ the “right […]