September 2, 2021

The ‘Chinese GDPR’ – China passes its new Privacy Law.

The 20th of August 2021 marks a milestone for Chinese data protection. The People’s Republic of China has passed its ‘Personal Information Protection Law’ (PIPL).
March 5, 2021
GDPR365 is changing name

GDPR365 changes name to respond to market needs

GDPR365 was launched in 2018 to supply companies with a simple, intuitive and clear software as a service offering to help them build a comprehensive data […]
September 25, 2020
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The Compliance and Data protection Weekly Digest Week 39

This is the first of a weekly post where I will try to highlight whatever interesting happened, related to data protection and my thoughts on it. […]
December 19, 2018
santa is gdpr compliant

Is Santa GDPR compliant?

After 2.5 years in GDPR, the Brexit around the corner, you are wondering how Santa has managed to make his entire organisation more compliant to European […]
November 7, 2018
CIO top 10 cloud based compliance software award

GDPR365 named a top 10 solution provider for cloud-based compliance software

We’re thrilled to say that CIO Applications Europe has named us a top 10 solution provider for our cloud-based compliance software. GDPR365 addresses all data protection […]
July 9, 2018

GDPR enforcement begins – fines from the ICO and CNIL

So it’s begun. The GDPR has been in effect for more than a month. While that’s not really enough time to be able to gather meaningful data on what’s being done, we can certainly gain some insight and learn a bit from actions being taken by supervisory authorities like the UK’s Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO), France’s National Commission on Informatics and Liberty (CNIL) and the Austrian Data Protection Authority (DSB).
June 27, 2018

How the European Data Protection Board will help the GDPR

It’s been about a month since the GDPR came into effect and time to start considering what our new data protection landscape looks like.
June 17, 2018

It’s begun. The first GDPR complaints.

So it didn’t take long for Max Schrems to use the GDPR to file his first complaint. For those of you who don’t know Max Schrems, he’s the privacy lawyer who successfully challenged Facebook Ireland to prohibit the transfer of data from Ireland to the US.
May 4, 2018

Why businesses should stop complaining about GDPR compliance

Organisations in Europe and beyond are gearing up to become GDPR compliant, but many are doing so begrudgingly when in fact the exercise should be looked at in a positive light. The GDPR provides organisations with an opportunity to develop a new philosophy about data governance. It’s a development that will protect your and my personal information from misuse and abuse.