Data protection and cybersecurity are subjects that are making ever more frequent appearances in news headlines.
With the deadline for compliance with the General Data Protection Regulation being set at 25th May 2018 and the Government confirming that it will remain applicable notwithstanding Britain’s withdrawal from the European Union, it is important that businesses that handle personal data understand the implications of their actions and have the correct policies in place to ensure that they are compliant.
BakerLaw understand how daunting compliance with data protection legislation can be and are experienced in helping businesses navigate their legal responsibilities.
As part of our commitment to providing clients with clear, pragmatic advice, we have produced a guide targeted at SMEs providing an introductory overview of some of the considerations that businesses should have in mind when it comes to GDPR compliance. Please click on the PDF below if you would like to read more.
This article is not a definitive statement of the law. It is designed as a free update on the law at the time of publishing. It is not a substitute for legal advice on specific facts and circumstances. BakerLaw LLP and/or the writer accepts no liability or responsibility for reliance on this article and recommends that you seek independent legal advice on your specific circumstances prior to taking any steps.