Author: Anna Wisdish

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Update on international data flow at the end of Brexit transition period

We welcome this week’s confirmation from the ICO that, following the end of the Brexit transition period on 31st December 2020, personal data will be allowed to continue to flow from the EU to the UK for up to 6 months while the EU’s adequacy decision for the UK is […]

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New EU/UK representative requirements for GDPR

If your firm does not have a office in the EU, you may need to appoint an EU representative for GDPR from 31st December 2020.

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Latest GDPR news and tips

See our latest GDPR newsletter for the topics and tips below, all specially tailored for executive search and recruitment businesses. Contact us to find out about subscribing to this or other GDPR support services.

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Coronavirus vs GDPR compliance

Have you have taken your eye off GDPR while adapting to coronavirus challenges for your exec search or recruitment business? The Business Post asked ComplyGDPR for some tips around GDPR matters for re-opening your office, working from home or engaging your employees with GDPR compliance. Read more here.

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New cyber security awareness online training for staff

For peace of mind over risks of homeworking, “Stay Safe Online: Top Tips For Staff” is a new short online course for employees. It gives simple, non-technical advice about working online safely. ComplyGDPR’s training services now include this new cyber security awareness course from the National Cyber Security Centre. Alongside […]

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Coronavirus service update for ComplyGDPR clients

Client services during Coronavirus It’s business as usual here at ComplyGDPR. Working remotely has been the norm for all our personnel for some time and we still have full access to our technology systems, online training platform, documentation, and other resources. We’re still here to help with your queries, deliver […]

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Homeworking and building GDPR into your coronavirus response.

If your employees are homeworking for the first time due to the coronavirus pandemic, how are you protecting personal data of your candidates and other individuals? Recruiter magazine asked ComplyGDPR what this means for executive search and recruitment firms. Click here to find out more.

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