Thailand PDPA

Thailand New PDPA Data Protection Business Guide

Thailand New PDPA Data Protection Business Guide

The draft Personal Data Protection Act (PDPA) was approved by the National Legislative Assembly in February 2019, raising concern among business entities over the need for increased diligence to ensure adherence to the provisions. Running a business often entails handling the personal data of employees, contractors, suppliers, customers, and others. Any personal data collected could …

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Thailand Data Personal Data Protection Act PDPA Your Guide

Thailand Data Personal Data Protection Act PDPA Your Guide

The Thailand PDPA  Personal Data Protection Act enters into effect from 27 May 2020. 1. Timeframe With very few exceptions, companies and organizations collecting, using, disclosing, and/or transferring personal data will have preparation time for a period of one year to become fully compliant with key provisions on personal data protection before the penalties kick in. …

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How Implementing a Compliant Records Management Program Mitigates Organisational Risk

How Implementing a Compliant Records Management Program Mitigates Organisational Risk

Designing and implementing a comprehensive records management program helps organisations to mitigate business, financial, legal and reputational risks. With new regulatory requirements evolving each year, it is critical that organisations assess their records management compliance strengths and vulnerabilities to stay one step ahead. The increasing use of electronic records storage and the escalating importance of …

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Data Breach Root Causes

Data Breach Root Causes

With so many cases of data breaches being reported, you may be wondering whether hackers have become cleverer or whether organisations are not giving data protection the seriousness it deserves. Unfortunately, many organisations may not know human error is one of the primary data breach causes. Often, inappropriate data handling policies and procedures, not to …

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