Paula Tighe: The clock is ticking on GDPR

Five key areas to work on

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Paula Tighe: "Having transparent procedures will mitigate many potential future problems with the regulator, regardless of complaints or investigations."
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Paula Tighe: "Having transparent procedures will mitigate many potential future problems with the regulator, regardless of complaints or investigations."

It is critical all companies that use, record or process data in the EU take the time to understand fully the imminent GDPR rules and what they entail, warns Paula Tighe as she picks out five key areas to work on

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is just around the corner - less than six months away now - so, if they are not already, companies really do need to start preparing if they are to achieve...

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