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The Biggest Risks Facing UK Businesses in 2019: Revealed
The Biggest Risks Facing UK Businesses in 2019: Revealed
In the past 12 months, the UK has experienced several changes that impacted businesses across the nation, regardless of size or industry. 

Between growing cyber-security concerns from high-profile breaches and the GDPR, broken supply chains from a commercial CO2 shortage and the collapse of big-name companies like Carillion, various risks have taken precedence. Not to mention, 2019 will...

Don't Overlook Privacy Notices in Your Sprint to GDPR Compliance
Don't Overlook Privacy Notices in Your Sprint to GDPR Compliance
The GDPR comes into effect on 25 May, which does not leave your organisation much time to comply. While you’ve most likely been busy making the necessary high-level GDPR revisions, such as to how you obtain clients’ consent, you may be overlooking a key GDPR component—privacy notices. These notices provide data subjects, such as your employees, customers and prospects, with clear...

New ICO Guidance to Help You Market Under the GDPR
New ICO Guidance to Help You Market Under the GDPR

This past December, the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) updated its existing General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) consent guidance to include the new Article 29 Working Party (Art. 29 WP) clarifications. The Art. 29 WP is an advisory body made up of representatives from the data protection authority of each EU member state, the European Data Protection Supervisor and the European...

4 Months Until the GDPR Deadline. Are You Compliant?
4 Months Until the GDPR Deadline. Are You Compliant?
The 25 May 2018 deadline to comply with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is rapidly approaching. Yet a staggering 41 per cent of UK organisations are still unaware of the implications that the GDPR will have on their business, according to research from electronics company, Kyocera.

What’s more, only 36 per cent of UK organisations have started GDPR implementation, according...

Addressing the Elephant in the Boardroom: GDPR Preparation
Addressing the Elephant in the Boardroom: GDPR Preparation

Only 10 per cent of UK boardrooms are involved in the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) compliance process right now, with only about six months to go until the GDPR becomes law, according to research from security software and solutions provider, Trend Micro. What’s more, 56 per cent of UK organisations are unaware that email marketing databases count as personal information under...

Travel - Declare Pre-existing Medical Conditions or Risk Invalidating Travel Cover
Travel - Declare Pre-existing Medical Conditions or Risk Invalidating Travel Cover
More than 1 in 10 Britons with pre-existing medical conditions fail to declare their conditions to their insurers and risk invalidating their travel insurance policies, according to new insight from MoneySuperMarket.

The analysis found that nearly half of holidaymakers have pre-existing medical conditions they are required to declare to their travel insurance providers, but only 85 per cent...