GDPR: The Impact on Government

Parliament Street’s latest report examines the impact the incoming General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will have on central government. Our research team have discovered that the Department for Work and Pensions is spending nearly £15m preparing for the regulation, whilst the Department for Transport, Treasury and Ministry of Justice are spending between £500K and £200K to prepare.

Read the report here: GDPR The Impact on Government

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  4. Great post. The GDPR is an important document protecting the following types of personal data:

    – Basic identity information (name, gender, ID numbers, etc.)
    – Web data (location, IP address, RFID tags, cookie data)
    – Biometric data
    – Political opinions
    – Sexual orientation
    – Racial or ethnic data
    – Health and genetic data

    The GDPR provides for huge fines for the violation of GDPR requirements – up to 20 million euros! An administrative fine of up to 20 million euros or up to 4% of the total annual world turnover for the previous financial year is to be paid if your company:

    That’s why it’s so important to prepare for the GDPR https://smartym.pro/blog/the-complete-guide-for-preparing-for-the-gdpr/

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