It will become apparent that putting some time into making sure you are compliant with the GDPR in good time will save you a lot of stress and money; with up to 4% of revenue being fined to companies who are non-compliant.
Name, address and email are recognised personal data. But with the new regulation, political affiliations, religious beliefs and club memberships are among list of data which is now classed as sensitive.
With the new regulation, comes improved rights for customers and clients. The right to be forgotten; a data subject can request their personal information is deleted. Scroll down for more details.
There is nothing more important to business than its reputation. With major data breaches making global headlines, non-compliance has the potential to bring your business to its knees. Being prepared for GDPR will increase trust from clients.