The Data Protection Blog

December 5, 2018
employee leaving data protection

When an employee is leaving, what should I do to protect my data?

According to both US and EU labor statistics[1] 15% of employees change employer every year and one of the major problems related to data protection is […]
November 19, 2018

New Feature: Get notifications and reminders in the app

We’d like you to know about the latest features available in GDPR365, this time the notifications feature, which enables you to choose what aspect of compliance management to be informed about and how often. There are many notifications available to alert you
November 16, 2018

Privacy International exposes seven companies exploiting our personal information

UK-based charity Privacy International, which defends and promotes the right to privacy across the world, has filed complaints with data protection authorities in the UK, France […]
November 15, 2018

Where to find us at the Data World Protection Forum?

The Data Protection World Forum is just a few days away, so we’re letting you know where to find us: we will be situated in the […]
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 […]
October 31, 2018

CNIL’s first assessment of breaches since the GDPR

The French Data Protection Authority CNIL reports (in french) that in the first four months of the GDPR being enforced it received 742 notifications of data breaches concerning […]
October 18, 2018

Why is compliance with privacy laws good for your business?

When business owners look at the privacy laws being promulgated all over the world, they wonder: how and why am I going to comply with these, […]
October 16, 2018

The Google+ data breach: From “Don’t be evil” to “Shhh… Don’t tell anyone”

Whatever happened to our darling Google? The company that once had the motto “Don’t be evil” seems to have changed it to “Shhh… Don’t tell anyone.” […]
September 12, 2018

Apple coming to data privacy party

As of 3 October, Apple’s App Store will demand explicit privacy policies from app developers before new apps and app updates can be submitted for distribution. Privacy policies will need to disclose exactly how each developer intends to use, secure and share its users’ personal data.