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If you’re processing data on behalf of someone else (or if you have others processing data on your behalf), you will need a Data Processing Agreement (also known as a DPA or a GDPR data processing agreement).
With great data comes great risk, and under the UK GDPR, it’s crucial that companies have a solid grasp on their data, its source and its use.
GDPR gives individuals rights surrounding how their personal information is processed by businesses.
The GDPR is the bible of the data protection world and acts as a guide for the collection, use, and protection of data. As a result, it’s pretty important.
As the digital age evolves, it increasingly becomes a data protection-first world.
When you collect data, you fall under the watchful eye of the UK GDPR. And, with that comes a series of rules, regulations, and hefty consequences for noncompliance. In the case of employees, this is no different.
A data breach is the last thing any organisation wants. A data breach doesn’t just put the data of your customers at risk - it also results in hefty fines for the business.
From time to time, you’ll need to process the personal data of individuals. Perhaps, you need to process the data of existing clients.
It can feel like David against Goliath if you need to challenge or negotiate with your employer. Fortunately, our employment specialists are here to fight your corner.
With our subscription you can focus on what you do best, with the knowledge that our data protection lawyers have got your back.
They were quick and understood our needs and responded swiftly with quote and timeframe to deliver.
Alison and her team have provided excellent advice and support over the years on both contracting and data protection issues, we really see them as an extension of our team at ActiveViam.
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