News about the upcoming data protection regulation (“GDPR”) is pouring in and headlines on stricter requirements and multimillion sanctions are common. That integrity and data protection have been high on both the legal and business agenda is well deserved – knowledge of customers and users is hard currency in the information society. Parallel to an increase in awareness of and opposition against monitoring which violates integrity, there is greater willingness to share data and information to obtain better products and solutions. Concepts such as ‘eHealth’, ‘location services’ and ‘the connected home’ are all based on the fact that there is an interest in the solutions which are offered. Approaching integrity and data protection are equally about legal compliance and developing new ways to find a balance in the trust equation in relation to customers and users.
THREE STEPS CLOSER TO STRATEGY AND PRACTICAL RISK MANAGEMENT
An increasing number of Morris Law’s clients are accepting the challenge of the data protection regulation based on the motto “compliance = competitive edge.” Managing data protection and integrity will both be a hygiene factor in relation to customers and collaboration partners, while a thorough understanding of the regulation will entail a lead in terms of customers. Read more about the three steps of Morris Law for understanding and preparation in practice.
MORRIS LAW’S GUIDE TO GDPR
GDPR, which will replace the Personal Data Act (“PUL“), is an extensive regulation. Most people are less familiar with the format of EU Regulation and it is easy to get lost among the details when you initially need an overall helicopter view. What are really the major differences between PUL and GDPR and where can we find them?
Morris Law’s Guide to GDPR has been developed to both enable an insight into the details and provide an overview of the entirety. GDPR explained in 20 images with main changes, to-do-lists and references to the law text. Contact us and we will send you a copy!
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