GDPR provides Directors with extensive legal responsibilities for risk management, effective data management and governance requirements. The risks and associated costs of non-compliance should be addressed at board level with GDPR featuring within Corporate Governance reviews. Board members must demonstrate accountability, compliance and transparency, and be seen to be supporting the sharing of information, decision making and risk management that comes with good governance.
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