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GDPR Personal data breach procedure – a “don’t panic” step by step guide

GDPR Personal data breach procedure – a “don’t panic” step by step guide

Oh no! We’ve had a breach! What do I do? If you panic, you’ll make mistakes and make things worse. Here is a suggested GDPR personal data breach procedure for you to follow to help you keep your cool when dealing with a personal data incident. This is a practical and systematic GDPR personal data breach procedure that deals with personal data incidents that may be assessed as reportable breaches.

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Human Resources GDPR data privacy considerations case study

Human Resources GDPR data privacy considerations case study

This article covers a Human Resources GDPR data privacy case study. It provides practical, real-life Human Resource adjustments in preparation for the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). In addition, this article shows information given to a client’s Human Resource department in response to concerns raised about Human Resources GDPR data privacy.

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Data project ROI calculation – what is the return on investment?

Data project ROI calculation – what is the return on investment?

Is there a data project ROI calculation? Can a data project return on investment be calculated at all? For brevity, the term “data project” is used in this article to encompass data lakes, lake houses, warehouses, outhouses (and there are plenty), business intelligence and management information. Without giving too much away, the short answers to both questions are direct data project return on investment NO and indirect data project return on investment YES.

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GDPR scaremongering – don’t fall for the scary stories

GDPR scaremongering – don’t fall for the scary stories

GDPR scaremongering is a ploy that is over-used and misleading. There are a lot of “expert” sources spreading near extinction level event scare stories about GDPR. Motivation by fear works. It makes people panic, run away and act irrationally. As a business, panicking, running away and acting irrationally may not be the best way to make improvements and react to change. This article is an antidote to GDPR scaremongering. Instead, we offer sensible, constructive advice and opinion about implementing a successful GDPR structure and help you sleep better.

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