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Clock Ticking, European Commission Launches GDPR Implementation Guidance Website

With only four months remaining until the EU General Data Protection Regulation takes effect on May 25, 2018, the European Commission has launched a new website offering guidance on requirements and implementation targeted at an array of stakeholders including Member State governments, businesses, data subjects, and other entities whose operations or data processing activities will bring them into the GDPR’s orbit.

Source: Clock Ticking, European Commission Launches GDPR Implementation Guidance Website

Privacy tech solution aims to bring more data visibility to the CPO

In 1961, Jaguar started producing the E-Type Series sports car. In the automobile world, the E-Type is a classic, an icon, and has been featured in the likes of Austin Powers and Mad Men. Among the many unique things about the series were its wire wheels – a beautiful mess of spokes emanating from a center hub.

Source: Privacy tech solution aims to bring more data visibility to the CPO

GDPR Article 30 Record Keeping

GDPR introduces a number of challenging obligations for enterprises, ranging from data subject rights to consent management. One of the more labor-intensive obligations is the Article 30 requirement for processors and controllers of personal data to keep records of processing activity.

Source: GDPR Article 30 Record Keeping – BigID Blogs

The GDPR and Plain Language: What You Need to Do to Comply

When the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) goes into effect in May 2018, any organization doing business with EU citizens will be impacted. The regulation sets out a number of requirements which businesses must fulfill in order to comply, including transparency in all in customer communications.

Source: The GDPR and Plain Language: What You Need to Do to Comply

Two paths to meeting GDPR training requirements

A data protection officer stands at a fork in the road, just months before the General Data Protection Regulation goes into effect. For months, the DPO’s team has been working on getting their program in place. They can finally see their way past writing policies and conducting privacy impact assessments and leading their team as they document all their data classification procedures.

Source: Two paths to meeting GDPR training requirements

Processor compliance with the GDPR

The General Data Protection Regulation expands the scope of enforcement to include a number of companies that are not based in the EU, but regularly do business with EU data subjects. The GDPR’s expanded scope not only affects those businesses, but also the businesses that provide processing services to them.

Source: Processor compliance with the GDPR: A 101

A Privacy and Security Checkup for 2018

Privacy and security are increasingly complicated compliance and operational requirements across a growing range of companies and industries. An enormous profession has grown up over the past 15 years to advise companies on addressing these issues. These concerns must be addressed not just when new laws and regulations emerge and when companies enter new fields; they also require ongoing and almost constant vigilance. For most companies, here are the key items you should use for your company’s privacy and security checkup for 2018, to make sure you are keeping abreast of this challenging and risky area.

Source: A Privacy and Security Checkup for 2018

The GDPR and consent interfaces: A technician’s view

From an IT technician’s point of view, those of us tasked with operationalizing mandated transparency and consent requirements from the EU General Data Protection Regulation before the May 25 enforcement threshold face a formidable challenge.

Source: The GDPR and consent interfaces: A technician’s view

Importance of terms and conditions in information sharing

A man complained that his new Automobile Association (AA) card was configured so that it would share his personal information with a supermarket chain. He had been informed in a letter from AA about the new relationship between the two organisations. Members using their AA card at the supermarket chain would be entitled to discounts on fuel.

Source: Office of the Privacy Commissioner | Case note 284190 [2017] NZPriv Cmr 11: Man complains about Automobile Association card information sharing

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