[EBOOK] GDPR…don’t bury your head in the sand

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GDPR six months on: The urgency to take action has gone… but the law hasn’t…

Back in May, we all heard a LOT about the new GDPR regulations coming into force.

And since then a lot of business owners and managers round here have adopted the ostrich principle… you know, stick your head in the sand and hope it all goes away!

That’s normal. It’s driven by a genuine lack of understanding of the new law.

But the law is still there. And we believe it’s only a few months till the regulator starts naming and shaming companies that break GDPR.

That public humiliation will be there in Google searches for the offenders for years to come. There’ll be some big fines too.

We’re data security experts. And we’ve made it easy for you to understand what you have to do, with a brand new Q&A data security guide to GDPR.

It’s yours, free. There’s no legal jargon or boring content. We just answer the most frequently asked questions.

Fill in your details here to get your free guide emailed to you immediately.



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