What is GDPR? and What Marketers Need To Be Aware Of?

Data is the new gold of the online world its value increases daily but never reduces in price or fluctuates like the gold market. To the large tech companies like FaceBook, Google. Twitter, Instagram the consumer data is categorised as a product, and one that their...

Managing GDPR Within the Complexity of Vendor Management

If tasked with ensuring your organisation achieves compliance with the  General Data Protection Regulation is not difficult enough, the task of putting in place a strategy by which you can manage the GDPR compliance of the people you outsource the processing of your customers personal data ( data processors) seem like the mountain stages of the tour de france.

Privacy by Design and by Default and how to reap its benefits

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) enhanced  European data privacy rules significantly. The introduction of ‘Privacy by Design’ and ‘Privacy by Default’ make up two of these enhancements . Although new as a legal requirement under the GDPR, these...

GDPR Data Controller vs. Data Processor Explained

There are many a conversation happening taking place over the responsibilities and accountability of  data controllers and data processors. Both have responsibilities under the GDPR, but their obligations to the regulation  differs. Predominantly, data controllers have more accountability and liability, but processors have new responsibilities and new added layers of liability written into their roles.

GDPR Appointment of an EU Representative Service

  The GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) came into law on 25 May 2018.   Many organisations offering services to European subjects do not have a presence in Europe. They have their Headquarters or branch offices in other locations around the...

How Does Thailand’s New Data Protection Bill Affect Your Business? Your Questions Answered

The latest country to follow in the EU’s data protection footsteps, Thailand is gearing up for the arrival of its first bill to protect individuals’ personal data rights, but what does this mean for your business? Relentless’ global data privacy experts have the answers.Thailand’s relationship with the concept of privacy has always been a curious one to say the least. For years, the idea that individuals have a right to privacy was a key part of the country’s national constitution, albeit one without any kind of law or regulation forcing businesses to uphold that right.