We believe GDPRmay be one of the strongest forces of change in business for a generation.
Trust in Transformation On 25th May 2018 the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will come into force signalling the arrival of the most all-encompassing privacy and protection legislation ever created.
25TH MAY 2018
A GDPR change programme will cut across every business unit and system, and will impact the vast majority of business processes. If you’ve already started on your programme, but are unsure whether it will deliver compliance for your organisation and within the required timescales, then talk to us. We can help you to assess your readiness and, if required, help to deliver your programme. Project One has expertise in engaging senior stakeholders and partners, managing complexity and bringing clarity and pace to this type of extensive change. “GDPR puts an onus on businesses to change their entire ethos to data protection.” Elizabeth Denham, UK Information Commissioner.
The regulation places the ownership of an individual’s data in their hands, which means businesses need to review and revise how they are holding and using personal data in every part of their organisation. It’s conceptually very simple - to focus on creating trust - providing for data privacy by design and by default. With that simple concept comes a raft of new requirements and a need in many businesses for a significant transformation across people, processes, technology and data. We believe GDPR may be one of the strongest forces of change in business for a generation. It will consume attention and resource, particularly if it is not managed properly.
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