GDPR – the Right to Portability

GDPR – the Right to Portability

Welcome to next part in my series of GDPR posts exploring the practicalities of GDPR in the client-agency relationship. This time around I’ll be exploring the “right to portability”, specifically what it is and what impact it has on implementation and operations within a project. It is another important part of GDPR that should be aware of.

By Rich Madigan in GDPR
·4 min read
GDPR’s Right to be Forgotten and Data Portability in Kentico 11

GDPR’s Right to be Forgotten and Data Portability in Kentico 11

It’s never easy to let go. But if someone asks you to forget about them, you just need to move on and get over it. That’s exactly the case of GDPR’s right to be forgotten. If any of your website visitors ask you to delete all their personal data, you have to do it. To make it slightly more difficult, there are some situations where you actually need to keep some of the data due to legal reasons.

By Pavel Jirik in GDPR
·4 min read
GDPR: Just Another Regulation, Right?

GDPR: Just Another Regulation, Right?

New regulations and standards don’t faze me. I’ve been developing for nearly 20 years now, and I glided through the “inconveniences” of PCI and HIPAA. Y2K? Ha! While others prepped for a technology apocalypse, I was updating SQL 6.5 databases to four-digit years (occasionally glancing up to check the plane overhead wasn’t plummeting towards earth).

By Bryan Soltis in GDPR
·7 min read
GDPR’s Right to Access in Kentico 11

GDPR’s Right to Access in Kentico 11

If any of your website visitors (or customers) asked you to provide them with all the data you had collected about them so far, what would be your first thought? Would it feel like an easy thing to do, or rather something quite complex, as you would need to gather all the sources and make sure you didn’t miss anything out?

By Pavel Jirik in GDPR
·2 min read
GDPR: Who's Responsible for the Right to Be Forgotten in the Client-Agency Relationship?

GDPR: Who's Responsible for the Right to Be Forgotten in the Client-Agency Relationship?

Welcome to the next part in my series of GDPR posts exploring the practicalities of the GDPR in the client-agency relationship. You can view my previous posts here. This time around, I’ll be exploring the “right to be forgotten”, specifically what it is and what impact it has on the implementation and operations within a project.

By Rich Madigan in GDPR
·4 min read
Tracking GDPR Consents in Kentico 11

Tracking GDPR Consents in Kentico 11

Friday, 25th May 2018… What a date! I am sure that Friday night will be full of Champagne drinkers, getting tipsy because they just managed to become GDPR compliant and free from the potential €20M fine! Of course, it all boils down to one thing: Make sure you have their GDPR-valid consent. But what can you do to achieve this?

By Pavel Jirik in GDPR
·2 min read
GDPR: Who's Responsible for Explicit Consent in the Client-Agency Relationship?

GDPR: Who's Responsible for Explicit Consent in the Client-Agency Relationship?

Explicit consent is about giving customers control over how and where their data is used. It is about applying clarity so that they know what they are agreeing to. That sounds so straightforward, but there has to be a trickier aspect to it, right? Absolutely! Read on…

By Rich Madigan in GDPR
·7 min read
GDPR – Who’s Responsible for Data Security and Breach Notifications in the Client-Agency Relationship?

GDPR – Who’s Responsible for Data Security and Breach Notifications in the Client-Agency Relationship?

Welcome to the next in our series of GDPR posts exploring the practicalities of the GDPR in the client-agency relationship. You can view our previous post here. In this part, we’ll be delving into data breaches. Data security is a key theme within the GDPR and there are much stricter obligations on Data Processors and Controllers alongside guidance.

By Rich Madigan in GDPR
·4 min read
It’s Time to Go with the (Data) Flow

It’s Time to Go with the (Data) Flow

The amount of personal data dissemination that goes on today is astounding. When I sign up for Spotify and I want to use my Facebook login for ease, Spotify receives my contact info, who my friends are, my location, and probably loads of other stuff. And Facebook receives my music tastes, which to some (ahem, me) is basically their soul.

By Amy Strada and David Komarek in GDPR
·5 min read
Who’s Responsible in the Client-Agency Relationship?

Who’s Responsible in the Client-Agency Relationship?

On May 25th, 2018, the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) will come into effect. Depending on your viewpoint, this will either see the digital landscape overshadowed by the EU-branded Death Star or it will represent a brave new world. Either way, the landscape as we know it will radically change the way organizations handle and store personal data.

By Rich Madigan in GDPR
·6 min read
GDPR and Non-EU Companies – A Deeper Dive

GDPR and Non-EU Companies – A Deeper Dive

Let’s cut to the chase and look in greater detail at more specific aspects of GDPR affecting those companies outside the EU. And more importantly, how they affect you.

By Duncan Hendy in GDPR
·6 min read
GDPR and Non-EU Companies – Where Is the Line Drawn?

GDPR and Non-EU Companies – Where Is the Line Drawn?

Geographical implications and applicability seem to be gray areas for some. Where the borders of applicability lie for those companies based outside the EU can appear confusing. So, let’s clear away many of those doubts by addressing some of those key GDPR criteria affecting non-EU-based companies.

By Duncan Hendy in GDPR
·5 min read
GDPR and You – An Introduction – Part 2

GDPR and You – An Introduction – Part 2

We continue our look at GDPR. What are the responsibilities of companies and how do the rights of individuals affect them?

By Duncan Hendy in GDPR
·5 min read
GDPR and You – An Introduction – Part 1

GDPR and You – An Introduction – Part 1

With less than a year to go, many people have still not grasped the depth and severity of GDPR. But willful ignorance is not something the law will abide, so beware.

By Duncan Hendy in GDPR
·7 min read
search
Gartner report
We're a Challenger again in the
Gartner Magic Quadrant for WCM!
×