The First Year of GDPR: What We Know Now & What We’ve Learned

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It is one year since GDPR came into force and the regulation became the data protection standard for European businesses.

Since then, fears that huge monetary penalties would become the norm have not come into fruition and there have been few headlines about businesses struggling to comply.

However, research continues to claim that businesses are not actually compliant with the regulation, that the cost to comply can still be prohibitive and that for many organizations exactly how to comply remains a mystery.

In this webinar, we will assess the first year under the rule of GDPR, explore what we have learned and cut through some of the hype from before and after the deadline.

Key takeaways:

  • What have we learned from the first year of GDPR, and what has changed?
  • Are businesses still failing to comply with GDPR, and if so, why?
  • What does GDPR look like for the UK following Brexit?


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Rowenna Fielding

Data Protection Expert with Protecture

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