In the run up to the GDPR deadline, DPOs frantically tried to get their organisations compliant, or as near to compliant as possible, working on their privacy programme and strengthening data protection. The main organisational driver was to avoid the hefty 4% fines for non-compliance, as promised by the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO)
Today, despite some high-profile fines, and the role being a legal requirement under GDPR, the main challenge facing DPOs is how to secure sufficient resources to carry out their duties.
So what can you do to sharpen up your privacy programme?
Read this Guide to find out:
Why you need to empower data guardians across your business
What’s really in your unstructured data and how to discover it