Review of data protection compliance indicates room for improvement

data protection research indicates room for improvement

The annual Global Privacy Enforcement Network (GPEN) “sweep” is a joint study carried out across the world by data protection regulators (including the UK’s ICO). This year the study looked at how organisations have taken responsibility for complying with data protection laws, particularly the core concepts of accountability (which of course was key GDPR change). …

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Lack of trust and understanding in UK business use of personal data

trust in data

Research commissioned by the Information Commissioner’s Office indicates that only a fifth of UK citizens trust organisations and businesses with their personal data. In fact, there is less trust in businesses than public bodies in this regard.┬áThe research also indicates that only 10% of UK citizens have a good understanding of how their data is …

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