Simplifying GDPR – Your Essential Exonar Four-Part Guide

Understand the game – then score some easy wins and be 2-0 up by half-time

It’s one of those large-scale legislative changes to the way we all work that always seems a long way off and then suddenly heaves into view – GDPR. 

We’ve plenty of thoughts on the subject, thoughts that we believe are worth sharing and will help you in your approach to managing this new regulation.

At Exonar we help you map and understand your personal data: instantly, simply and at scale. Yes, GDPR arrives on May 25th 2018. Yes, the clock is ticking – but no, it’s not the complex and resource-sapping behemoth you could be excused for assuming. It’s an evolution of the UK’s existing Data Protection Act 1998, not a revolution; it clarifies, simplifies and codifies data protection for the digital age. It’s also a terrific opportunity to streamline the way you use personal data – in easier and more effective ways than you might think – while adding significantly to your audience’s trust in your organisation and brand.

Our free fortnightly guides will cut through the myths and help you get a grip on GDPR as May approaches – and here is Part 1. Let us help you see GDPR in a different, practical light.

Read Part 1

 

PWC – The Global State of Information Security Survey 2018

Revitalising privacy and trust in a data-driven world

Key findings from The Global State of Information Security Survey 2018

‘49% of the 9500 respondents did not have an accurate inventory of personal data’

Massive data breaches and the constant collection of personal information routinely spur debate on whether privacy, rooted in ancient times, is dead in the digital age. Are we in a post-privacy world? In many ways, it is the wrong question. Privacy, security and trust—all increasingly at risk—are also more vital and intertwined in our data-driven society.

Read the full survey results: exo.nr/PWCsurvey

 

Ask the founder: 15 questions with NatWest

NatWest meets Exonar CEO – Adrian Barrett

In their series of interviews with SME founders about their business journey so far, NatWest chats to Adrian Barrett, our CEO and founder.

Read more about how Exonar was created in 2010 and changed in 2013, when Adrian and our team set out to create our own software that could help businesses get a handle on their data. With the new Europe-wide data privacy regulations, Exonar is the right business in the right place at the right time – and now growing at a rate of more than 250% per annum.

You can read the full interview here: exo.nr/NatWest