It’s been a year since the European Commission (EC) made its hotly anticipated General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) enforceable on May 25, 2018.
There has been a tremendous amount of FUD surrounding GDPR since its introduction. But it is time for the conversation to evolve beyond the noise and into the next level of discussion.
Over the course of the past twelve months, the regulation, which replaced its predecessor the Data Protection Directive from 1995, has displayed two key characteristics: it’s both specific and has teeth.
The impact ...