From 25 May 2018, EU organisations will have to comply with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). This is a huge shift in the regulation of data protection across the EU which is designed to respond to the significant advances in information technology, and the fundamental changes to the ways in which we communicate and share information, which has occurred since the mid-1990s. Community energy organisations should be taking steps now to ensure compliance from day one.
CEE member Wrigleys has prepared the attached reports about what GDPR means for your organisation and how to prepare. Wrigleys has also created a series of podcasts covering various aspects of General Data Protection Regulation.
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