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You have decided you need ISO27001 certification – what happens now?

ISO27001 is the international standard for Information Security, and there are several reasons for deciding that certification is a business requirement. For some companies, it becomes a requirement to get shortlisted for new work. 709 more words

Information Security

How Can ISO 27001 Support GDPR Compliance?

“ISO 27001 is the only auditable international standard that defines the requirements of an information security management system (ISMS).”

The GDPR encourages organisations to use certification schemes like…

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Why Has the GDPR Introduced ‘Privacy by Design’ and ‘Privacy by Default’?

‘Privacy by Design’ and ‘Privacy by Default’ are not new concepts.  The right to privacy is a fundamental aspect of the European Convention on Human Rights and is already at the heart of all ethical organisations.  963 more words

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NDC Global Auditors Brings Training Services to Wiltshire

It’s been a busy and exciting start to the year for us here at NDC Global Auditors. In February, we moved from our Swindon offices to Trowbridge, where we have set up a Wiltshire Training Academy. 264 more words

GDPR

How Will the GDPR Affect Children’s Data Processing?

“The GDPR identifies children as ‘vulnerable individuals’ deserving of ‘specific attention’…”

The GDPR will bring in special protection for children’s personal data, particularly where it is used for information services such as online shopping, live or on-demand streaming services and for social networking. 

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BjornS – Innovative IT done right

BjornS is dedicated to empowering enterprises to extend their business through IT innovation. We combine disruption trough Office 365, Augmented Reality, Robotics, AI, IoT with Information Security and GDPR. 69 more words

AI

What Will ‘Consent’ Mean Under the GDPR?

“Under the GDPR the definition of consent is clearer and more rigorous…”

The current Data Protection Act (DPA) and the GDPR both state that every organisation that processes personal data must have a legal basis for doing so; ‘consent’ is just one choice.

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