Doing business in the digital age demands organisations to prioritise data protection at all costs
With the GDPR applying to any entity that has control over personal data, this is not an issue that can be put on the backburner for another day. From marketing issues to policies, privacy notices and personal data of employees, leaders must ensure they have in-house expertise to ensure compliance across all departments. In practice, this can often prove a challenge.
However, GDPR is not the only regulatory change that businesses should prepare for. New laws surrounding e-Privacy and communication will play a crucial role in the marketing strategy of many EU based companies. Further to this, the Network and Information Security (NIS) Directive will require any organisation providing a critical component of the national infrastructure (e.g. health, transport, energy and financial services) to develop robust cyber security policies.
Every day, our data protection lawyers strive to deliver an expert-led, cost-effective legal service that your business can depend on. We do this by steering you through the compliance maze, mapping out the risks and putting in place the frameworks necessary to protect you from potential costly claims, government sanctions and reputational damage.