Changes to the governance of data will have far-reaching consequences for your business. The new General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) will determine how your business does business, and particularly how it manages, protects and administers data in the future. The new regulations come into place in 2018 and you need to start preparing now - find help here.

 
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European trade associations agree the ICO deserves full voting rights post-Brexit

In an industry statement issued 22 March 2018
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The DMA joins with Government to push for post-Brexit alignment with EU Data Protection policy

Why keeping allignment of UK and EU data protection policy after Brexit is to the advantage of the British marketing industry.
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Alarming amount of organisations have not heard of GDPR

With only 79 days to go some organisations will struggle to be compliant.
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Brexit: Data protection is front and centre

Theresa May has made data protection a key pillar in Brexit negotiations
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Data Protection 2018

A day to prepare businesses for the data-fuelled road ahead – Data Protection 2018. 
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DP2018: eBay and a global view of the GDPR

There isn't a one-size-fits all approach to GDPR, but what do eBay do in their approach to preparing a global business for the regulatory change to come? Ben Westwood, senior privacy manager and data protection officer, told Data Protection 2018 delegates about what it takes to...
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DP2018: A GDPR crossroads where risk meets opportunity

Getting data right means changing our ideas about what it means to be in a relationship with our consumers, argued Simon Hall, Asda data protection officer and head of privacy
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DP2018: Putting the GDPR into perspective - a proportionate view

Data's in the boardroom, argues Robert Streeter, News UK's data protection and privacy officer. And this means we're just beginning the age of data as value, not merely liability.
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DP2018: How to tackle consent and preference management under the GDPR

Dave Horton from One Trust took to the stage to discuss the options marketers have to approach consent and preference management using a GDPR-compliant approach
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