[INFOGRAPHIC] GDPR Quick Facts: What changes are in store
September 25th, 2017
The official start of the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is now just nine months away. This new regulation has been four years in the making and will standardise and strengthen data protection across the EU. It will also provide individuals with a greater say in how companies can use their data.
Although Britain has begun the process of leaving the EU, UK businesses will still need to prepare for GDPR. This is because this regulation applies to anyone who processes personal data belonging to EU citizen – regardless of whether the business itself has a base in UK.
The implementation of GDPR will result in marked changes to data protection law, including how companies process data, how they obtain consent and how they secure and store that personal data. Below we have outlined 8 key changes GDPR will bring in which businesses should be aware of.
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