In May 2018, the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will come into force, aiming to protect the privacy of EU citizens by changing the way data is processed in organisations. Austen Clark, managing director of Scottish IT support specialists, Clark Integrated Technologies was asked what can people do to make their business safer?

One of the biggest shake ups of European privacy legislation which is expected to have a significant impact on the way business is done comes into force in 12 months’ time.

It’s going to have a huge impact on how businesses store and process data and carries tough penalties and hefty fines for breaches.

The Government will implement the General Data Protection Regulation and it is expected that the UK will continue to comply with GDPR after Brexit – so all businesses should be assessing how they use personal data and how this legislation will affect the sector in which they operate.

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iasme certificate

After recent assessment, Clark Integrated Technologies is delighted to become the first IT company north of Edinburgh to be Accredited to Certify companies for Cyber Essentials – Security Audits and Certify clients to the IASME Gold Security standards.

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