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GDPR Process – How does it fair one year on?

GDPR recently celebrated its first birthday and so to commemorate the occasion, Crendon Insurance Ltd are taking a look at the successes and achievement the new regulations has gained over the last year and where improvement still needs implementing to improve the GDPR…

How Online Shopping is evolving

Since Michael Aldrich demonstrated the first online shopping system back in 1979, e-commerce has consistently evolved year on year to bring us the ability to purchase items at the touch of a button.  What started out as simple transactions using a standard computer,…

GDPR Safety has to be at the forefront of 5G network development

The new 5G network has definitely grabbing some interesting media attention, especially in terms of the risks surrounding cyber security and GDPR safety. There is no doubt that our country is ready for the next level of network known as 5G.  As internet…

Coping with the aftermath of a data breach

No business wants receive the news that a data breach has occurred within their company. Like with any serious incident, the first 48-72 hours are critical and the gathering of information and carrying out a complete health check within this type of data…

The positive environmental impact of GDPR compliancy

The introduction of GDPR compliancy just over 9 months ago shook a lot of companies to the bone, making SMEs in particular reevaluate their data processing methods as well as how data is captured, stored and transferred.  In a recent study by software…

How GDPR has improved online retail advertising

Despite online retail demonstrating a slower growth towards the latter part of 2018, overall our trust grew in terms of how online brands use our data and how we integrate with online retail advertising. In a recent article by Marketingweek.com – Online retail,…

GDPR Compliance

Since the introduction of GDPR legislation during May 2018, businesses across the EU have been working hard to ensure they are working towards GDPR compliance. Understanding what GDPR compliance means for any company, may have been a minefield earlier last year; however as…

Working remotely – Data Protection is going un-noticed

The opportunity to work remotely from an office has increased substantially over recent years as staff in both the public and private sectors embrace new ways of balancing work / home life and reducing travel time. Whilst this method of working has bought…

What GDPR law really means for businesses and organisations globally

Understanding the landscape of GDPR law can still seem overwhelming to businesses as they make every effort to ensure that they are compliant. GDPR law was bought into force across the EU to protect individuals by regulating how data is captured used and…