• Across Europe, organisations are preparing for new EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) which comes into effect in 2018. Designed to protect personal information in an increasingly digital world, GDPR allows European residents to determine whether, when, how and to whom their personal information is revealed - and how that data can be used.

    GDPR has profound implications for organisations. Aside from the severe fines for non-compliance, organisations will be obliged to establish formal responsibility and chains of command for data protection. Many multinational businesses already have a Chief Privacy Officer or Chief Data Privacy Officer. When the legislation comes into place some of these roles will be replaced by the formal creation of the role of Data Protection Officer (DPO).

    Iron Mountain is presenting a series of GDPR articles and guides. In this article you can find practical guidance and experts tips on what to look for in a Data Protection Officer (DPO)

    Click here to get the Data Protection Officer (DPO) guide

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