What is the GDPR?
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is one of the most wide-ranging pieces of legislation passed by the European Union in recent memory. The GDPR was introduced to provide a set of standards to ensure better safeguarding of personal data. It standardises data protection law across the single market and gives people in a fast-moving digital economy greater control over how their personal information is used.
- ID numbers
- IP addresses and cookie IDs
- HR records
- Customer contact details
- Health records
- Employment information
- CCTV footage
- Phone call recordings
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Protecting personal data
The importance of ensuring the security of personal data
To ensure ongoing data security, principle six of the GDPR states that personal data should be processed in an appropriate manner.
Protecting personal data against unauthorised processing, accidental loss and destruction forms a key part of measures that all organisations should take.Read our GDPR compliance guide
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