The GDPR & B2B Communication – What is Changing?

The GDPR & B2B Communication

The GDPR comes into force on the 25th of May 2018 and is the biggest change to data protection in the last 20 years, and while businesses are getting to grips with the changes there seems to be some uncertainty and a little bit of scaremongering.

To ease everyones minds we’ve put together three complimentary e-books:

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3 Changes from the DPA of 1998 to the GDPR of 2018

In case you hadn’t noticed, Sonnet has been a little wrapped up in the GDPR for the last few weeks (you can receive our e-books here).

We’ve specifically been considering the implications the GDPR will have on the B2B community and what we will need to do to be able to keep communicating with each other.

Part of our white paper looks at the differences from the DPA of 1998 to the GDPR of 2018. To give you a quick overview we’ve listed three major changes that will be happening.

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GDPR – Accountability is now a formal requirement

Accountability is a formal requirement - what needs to be done and how do we do it?

The GDPR is set to bring in strict accountability regulations in May 2018 in a bid to tighten processes, create direct reporting lines and eliminate finger pointing.

It has been a little on the sidelines of current data protection laws but the new regulations look to make accountability a formal requirement.

But, what is accountability? What do we need to do to tick the accountability box? And, where do we start?

We’ve answered some basic questions to get the ball rolling.

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GDPR: Fines are only the tip of the iceberg

The GDPR & B2B Communication

We’re guessing you’ve heard of GDPR…

European General Protection Regulations are set to come into force in May 2018, and I’m pretty sure by now you’ll have heard some horror stories. One of which will most certainly be the daunting fines imposed should companies fail to comply with the new regulations (between €10 – €20 million or 2 – 4% of global turnover, whichever is higher).

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