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So far Hazel Aggrey-Orleans has created 9 blog entries.

The DPO must be independent, but how?

The EU GDPR compliance requirements call for certain organisations to appoint a data protection officer (DPO). Even where such an appointment is not mandatory, it is often still advisable for organisations processing personal data to appoint one. The European Data Protection Board, formerly the Article 29 Working Party, has advised that DPOs are the [...]

By |2019-09-26T14:26:14+00:0028th August, 2019|DPO, ThoughtLeadership|

Privacy and Security Forum (Washington DC)

Data Breach in the EU: The New Landscape Privacy and Security Academy Our European Data Protection Director and Corporate Governance Counsel, Tilly Lang will be in Washington DC on 14-16th October 2019 to attend the Privacy and Security Academy and data breach in the EU. The session will focus on the way [...]

By |2019-09-26T13:48:02+00:005th August, 2019|News|

183 million reasons to invest in your Data Protection Officer (DPO) function.

GDPR breach fines a reality - The Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) intention to fine British Airways £183 million for personal data breaches of it's customers will be of enormous concern to those that are in charge of cyber security. Even before the dust had settled on the British Airways story, the news came that the [...]

By |2019-09-26T14:38:51+00:0016th July, 2019|DPO, ThoughtLeadership|

JP Reis & HewardMills Breakfast briefing

Compliance in Practice: MiFID II Summary & your questions answered Technological. Regulatory. Legal. Join JP Reis and Heward Mills at an exclusive breakfast briefing that aims to unpack the compliance, legal and operational challenges around MiFID II (Markets in Financial Instruments Directive). Includes an MiFID II Summary and an explanation of how [...]

By |2019-09-26T14:04:27+00:0030th May, 2019|News|

A comparison between the GDPR and the California Consumer Privacy Act 2018

Introduction - Data Protection Laws in the US The California Consumer Privacy Act 2018 (CCPA) will come into effect on the 1st January 2020. It is stated to be the first comprehensive law in the area of privacy and personal information in the US. Generally the CCPA and the GDPR are similar in regard to [...]

By |2019-09-26T15:00:12+00:0029th April, 2019|DPO, ThoughtLeadership|

IAPP Data Protection Intensive UK 2019

'Global Privacy Strategy doesn't mean Cut and Paste' - 14th March The 2019 IAPP conference. Get to hear CEO Dyann Heward Mills speak on Global Privacy Strategy. Running an effective global privacy programme is no small feat. Global companies must navigate an array of compliance regimes and deliver programmes across cultures, languages, [...]

By |2019-09-26T14:15:31+00:0014th March, 2019|News|

The new Washington Privacy Act; a move towards enhanced Information privacy laws in the US

The new Washington Privacy Act; a move towards enhanced Information Privacy Laws in the US The new Washington Privacy Act is expected to take effect on 31/12/2020. The Act is stated to be the second comprehensive State law on privacy protection in the US after the California Consumer Privacy Act, which will take effect [...]

By |2019-09-26T15:12:32+00:0012th March, 2019|DPO, ThoughtLeadership|

The new EU ePrivacy Regulation & new Data Protection laws

The new EU ePrivacy Regulation & new data protection laws - What does it mean? In addition to GDPR compliance, the protection of personal data in the realm of electronic communication services in the EU will soon be regulated by the new ePrivacy Regulation, which is expected to be adopted later this year. The regulation [...]

By |2019-09-26T15:27:12+00:004th March, 2019|ThoughtLeadership|