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GDPR at a Glance: Article 47 Binding Corporate Rules

GDPR Article 47: What does it mean?  Binding Corporate Rules (BCRs) are one of the key elements of GDPR. BCRs are codes of conduct, that govern an organization’s personal data practices and they’re intended to cover frequent, large, and...

GDPR at a Glance: Article 32 Security of Processing

GDPR Article 32: What does it mean?  Article 32 provides guidelines that controllers and processors should implement to ensure they have the appropriate technical and organizational measures to properly secure the personal data they...

GDPR at a Glance: Right to Erasure (“Right to be Forgotten”)

GDPR Article 17: What does it mean?  The Right to Erasure or Right to be Forgotten is one of the most difficult articles to adhere to. Data Subjects can request that businesses (controllers and processors) delete or forget their personal...

GDPR at a Glance: Right to Data Portability

GDPR Article 20: What does it mean?  Portability means you can request your personal information and the Data Controller (the organization that collected the information) must provide it to you and anyone else you choose (another...

GDPR at a Glance: Conditions for Consent

GDPR Article 7: What does it mean? In today’s business when you enter your personal information into a website, you don’t necessarily know how that organization is using the information. Organizations may use this information to send...

GDPR at a Glance: Data Protection by Design and By Default

GDPR Article 25: What does it mean? EU personal data privacy must be first and foremost in everything that occurs in your business. When new and upgraded systems, applications and websites are developed and implemented in your...