EU–US GDPR Data Transfer Assessment and Action Plan
/ 28 Jul, 2020
Following the Schrems II ruling by the European Court of Justice in July 2020, any organisation transferring data from the EU to the US needs to take steps to ensure they remain compliant with the GDPR. Our EU-US Data Transfer Support Service will help you remain compliant with the GDPR when transferring personal data outside of the European Union, and enable you to establish your level of compliance related to the location and lawfulness of your data processing.
Can and should employers monitor remote workers’ toilet breaks?
/ 24 Jul, 2020
PwC recently faced heavy criticism after developing a tool to track the habits of staff working from home. We spoke with Camilla Winlo, director of consultancy services at DQM GRC, about this story and the role that employee monitoring should have in organisations.
Securing your remote working processes during the COVID-19 pandemic
/ 03 Apr, 2020
If you have recently changed your processes to support an increased number of home workers, we can help you make sure your new processes are as safe as your usual ones. We work with organisations of all sizes to help them build effective processes that mitigate risks and stay compliant with the regulations.
COVID-19: How to help the vulnerable in your community
/ 26 Mar, 2020
There are some people who are more vulnerable than others in our current climate, and it’s important to ensure these individuals can get help if they are self-isolating for long periods of time - but this shouldn't introduce them to new risks.
Cookies and the ICO, GDPR, PECR and ePrivacy Regulation: A Guide to Compliance
/ 09 Mar, 2020
This article will help you understand what the GDPR, PECR and the ePrivacy Directive currently mandate about cookies, how to achieve cookie compliance and future activities from the ICO and the ePrivacy Regulation.
10 data privacy fails that shaped the previous decade
/ 28 Jan, 2020
From hackable vibrators and spying on football fans, to ignoring the ICO and banning surnames on schoolbooks, its been a decade of funny to downright terrifying data privacy fails that every organisation can learn from.