Simon Merrick, GDPR Transformation Specialist at Agilisys discusses why, with less than one month to go until GDPR enforcement, a defensible position should be the default
The General Data Protection Regulation is a regulation and if there’s one thing that doesn’t get everyone out of bed in the morning, apart from compliance managers, it’s compliance with a regulation.
As a management consultant, I’m often working with organisations to change behaviours, thinking and outcomes. Finding that ‘reason to change’ is sometimes the hardest part of the job. That reason might be a business threat or objective, an innovative technology or simply a change of individual. On the rare occasions it can be legislative too. So how excited was I to find the Information Commissioner, Elizabeth Denham, saying that GDPR was “the biggest change to data protection law for a generation”? If there was ever a catalyst for transformational change in this digital age, here was it. Or was it?
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