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            Are you compliant with GDPR?

            The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is now in place as of 25 May 2018. View our hub for essential advice from our data protection experts and make sure your business is compliant with the regime and its evolving guidance.

            GDPR: Getting data protection right


            GDPR: Data breach


            GDPR: Impact to Retail


            GDPR: Impact to contractual relationships


            Overview of the new ICO fee requirements for data controllers


            Accountability the new data protection principle

            Piecing together compliance...

            DWF's data protection experts have the experience and knowledge to guide you through the various challenges that will arise from the GDPR. We understand that budgets are limited and pragmatic commercial decisions have to be taken. You will need to take pragmatic commercial decisions about what the key risks are to your business and we can provide you with the strategic advice, practical tools and assistance that you require in order to do this.

            -> If you require assistance in understanding or implementing GDPR please contact our specialist team


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            GDPR Training Information Sheet

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            JP Buckley

            • Partner // Head of Data Protection

            Jamie Taylor

            • Senior Management Director

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