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Some of the key developments since the GDPR’s implementation can be categorised as follows:
Individual rights requests
Individual’s are now more aware, but organisations are not responding in the correct way. The new individual rights brought in by the GDPR are:
With this in mind, organisations need to be more vigilant in preventing individual rights breaches. Laura suggested the following actions, to:
Personal data breach
This is defined as a breach of security leading to the accidental or unlawful destruction, loss, alteration unauthorised disclosure of, or access to personal data which is transmitted, stored, or otherwise processed. Hence, this can be more than just a rogue e-mail, it can include something broader like access to HR files.
For the process of reporting a data breach, see diagram below:
Of these breaches, most of them have been unauthorised disclosures. For example, Marriott International
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