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CONVENTIONS & PUBLIC SPEAKING

Our consultants talk at various events and attend conventions across the country, if you wish one of our consultants to attend or speak at your event please contact us

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GDPR123 Presenting at Billingshurst & Horsham Chamber of Commerce

GDPR123 are presenting to members of the Billingshurst and Horsham Chamber of Commerce on the 22nd March. “GDPR – Simple steps to Compliance” will provide details of what changes the GDPR is bringing to organisations, and the practical steps they can take to achieve and maintain GDPR Compliance. Register here.

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GDPR – 20 questions you were too scared to ask

  You have probably heard the phrase GDPR mentioned in your office or workplace in the last few months, and like many you might have wondered what on earth GDPR is! If that is the case, don’t worry, you are not alone, a recent survey showed that over 85% of office...

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GDRP123 ON TOUR

We’ve been working with organisations of all shapes and sizes to help guide them through the GDPR minefield, and have been touring the country delivering presentations and workshops

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PRESENTING AT THE BRITISH PORTS AUTHORITY

We were at the British Ports Authority HQ in London presenting to the majority of the 120-or so ports in the UK giving them practical advice as to how they can achieve GDPR compliance before the May 25th deadline

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NEW YEAR’S RESOLUTION

It’s been an incredibly busy start to the year for us here at GDPR123 – clearly “sort out GDPR Compliance” is one New Year’s resolution that people are actually sticking to!

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TAKE A BITE OUT OF GDPR COMPLIANCE

This month we hosted two “Bite Sized Learning” sessions for the Brighton Chamber of Commerce – both of which sold out in record time with over 90 local firms attending across the sessions – the Chamber commented that they’ve never had so much demand for a course,

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ARE YOU READY?

Concern is rising over the number of businesses that aren’t going to be compliant with the new regulations when they come into force at the end of May….

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THE EARLY BIRD CATCHES THE WORM!

The deadline is only 4 months away and the clock is ticking, and for most organisations, there’s lots to do before then. Starting now will give you the best chance of being ready, and also brings with it some advantages.

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LINKS TO PUBLICATIONS

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GDPR123 Speaking at the port authority

The General Data Protection Regulation is coming into force in May 2018. This is a significant change to the law that requires all organisations to take action. It will be necessary not only to comply, but to document and demonstrate compliance, which in most cases requires early action. Violations may attract large fines of up to 4% of your revenue.

CYBER123 Stole his identity

In fewer than two hours, experts uncovered enough information to potentially defraud both me and my family – and you are probably equally vulnerable.

Brighton Chamber of Commerce - Bite Sized Learning

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into effect on 25th May 2018 and the consequences for not being compliant are very serious indeed. Fortunately, this Bite-sized Learning session will give you the knowledge and tools you need to make sure your company is compliant with plenty of time to spare.

In the Brighton Independent

While many businesses have heard about GDPR, the new General Data Protection Regulation coming into force in May 2018, there are still only a few that have taken any tangible steps towards being compliant.

Making data protection your business

The law on data protection says what you should do when you collect, use, store or do anything else with people’s personal data. This law changes on 25 May 2018.

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prepare for the new data protection law

The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has launched a GDPR awareness campaign aimed at people running micro-businesses – those employing fewer than 10 people.