On the 7th of August the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) published their statement of intent for the Data Protection Bill. The ‘lines to take’ from the PR surrounding the announcement focused on the public having more control over their personal data, including the ‘right to be forgotten’. Also, a new right to require social media platforms to delete personal information on request.
The scope of the GDPR is different for every organisation. As a provider of GDPR readiness services, we speak to companies within the same industry whose GDPR compliance roadmaps are completely different. Nonetheless, all organisations need to foster a privacy culture. How does an organisation achieve this? We’ve listed 6 best practices that should form part of your compliance preparations and which can help improve your privacy culture