What is GDPR?
- On 25th May 2018, GDPR will be replacing the Data Protection Act 1998.
- It enforces the most stringent regulations to date on how people’s personal data is lawfully collected, processed and stored.
- We are often faced with news of data thefts and breaches in privacy.
- GDPR is expected to set a new benchmark for consumer rights.
- It aims to hold any companies accountable for breaching these rights.
- The law has introduced hefty penalties and fines for organisations that do not comply with the changes.
- Or businesses that suffer data breaches.
Do you understand how the introduction of GDPR in the UK might impact your business?
It’s not long until GDPR is put in place in the UK. if, like many, you have been worrying about how the changes might impact your business, we advise that you take some time over the next month to clue up.
At Ajuda, we have recently launched a Data Protection in the Workplace course. You can find this online
If you or your organisation handles personal information about individuals, you have legal obligations to protect that information.
The benefits of good data safety are numerous and include, good business practice, the protection of people’s rights and the protection of your organisations reputation.
In recent years some companies and individuals have experienced serious legal consequences for data protection breaches and this highlights why it is so important to get it right.
Training should be a vital part of any company’s data protection policy.
Access our GDPR training course here.
Our online training course will guide you through what’s changing and what your business needs to do to ensure that it is GDPR friendly.
Ajuda has a huge variety of other online training courses to offer. Please see here to see what other online training courses you may be interested in. You can access the first module of any course for free.
You can get further information about our online training courses by contacting admin @ajuda.org.uk or 029 2057 6883.