Advisers must prioritise GDPR staff training, warns Intelliflo

E-learning an option

Hannah Godfrey
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Rob Walton: “Firms are at risk not only of fines but also highly negative media attention."
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Rob Walton: “Firms are at risk not only of fines but also highly negative media attention."

Training staff ahead of the implementation of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) on 25 May should be a top priority, according to a working group set up by Intelliflo to address its implications.

The working group said training staff could help to avoid mishaps and mitigate the risks of expensive data breach claims. Of the 96 reprimands made publicly available by the Information Commissioner's...

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