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White paper: Get set for data reform

By Lee Witherell • 14 June 2016

In a major step towards a digital single market and greater control over personal data, the European Commission’s EU Data Protection Reform has now been agreed between all parties.

Keep ahead and understand the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

Lee Witherell, Managing Director of Communisis Data Intelligence, explains how it will affect the ways in which data is handled and stored.

We focus on these key areas:

  • Are you ready for data reform?

    The face of data protection is changing, but how prepared are you for this?
    How will the European Commission achieve their new regulation, and will it restrict tech innovation?
  • The power of permission

    In this new era of data protection, what are consumers’ main concerns?
    How are security priorities changing for the smaller business?
  • Does your business need a chief data officer?

    Where does the responsibility for the operational, legal and risk management challenges lie within your business?
    How does a company like Communisis keep your data safe?

This is a must-read for anyone or any business who handle data, from external customer data to internal employee information.

Keep ahead and download our whitepaper now

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