A look at the impact of the GDPR in its first year and the rise of the cookie banner.
Discussing the CCPA Senate Bill 561 (SB 561) amendment to The California Consumer Privacy Act. I’ll dive into the bill, what it was trying to do and what its demise means.
The California Consumer Privacy Act. I give an overview of the CCPA, what it contains, who it applies to and what the penalties are for non compliance. I also cover one of the notable amendments, SB 561 and how the CCPA shares similarities with the GDPR.
I talk about the eMarketing rules under the GDPR and the various options you have for getting compliant. Topics include the changes to the consent definition for GDPR, the lesser known Soft Opt-in rule and the implementing a repermissioning campaign.
I talk about some of the common questions I’m hearing in the GDPR world and also recommend some great tools I’ve seen recently. Topics include managers becoming the DPO, American companies needing to be compliant, Subject Access Request tools and the use of health data in the workplace.
I discuss some of the hot topics being discussed inside GDPR projects and amongst us Data Protection geeks. Topics include the right to erasure and backups, the need for lawyers to lead your GDPR programme and the thorny topic of what happens if a Government department is breached. I also give a run down of the big UK news of the new Data protection Bill.
The Virtual Data Protection Officer. I discuss how a Virtual Data Protection Officer might be the right answer for your organisation, how the role works and what to look for to get the right help.
In this special episode I bring you a recent GDPR interview I gave to the Insecurity Podcast, presented by Shaun Walsh of the Next Generation Antivirus Vendor Cylance. I delve into the potential quagmire that is GDPR compliance, and what it means for organisations doing business in the EU.
The GDPR Right to Erasure. I discuss the requirements on organisations for complying with this data subject right, when it applies and what the exceptions are. I give my general advice for complying with the Right to Erasure and complying with the spirit of the GDPR.
The role of the GDPR Data Protection Officer. What it is, who needs one and designating the right person for the job. Discussing conflicts in the DPO role, outsourcing models and the day to day duties involved in the role.