Thinking Beyond GDPR
In the run-up to the implementation of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), many consumers were bombarded with endless emails from organizations, highlighting new privacy policies or desperately seeking continued consent to be contacted for marketing purposes. As many commentators pointed out, some of these contacts were actually not compliant, either with the spirit or the letter of the regulation.
Companies identify the minimum standard of technical compliance that they need to demonstrate to the various regulators and then look for the least disruptive way of meeting that minimum standard.
In today’s digital world, where data underpins the viability of your business, levels of ambition ambition and resulting standards should be a lot higher.