GDPR – four letters that put fear into the hearts of organisations, as the deadline loomed last Spring. It’s been quite a journey for many – and varied, at that. Even though the EU gave companies two years to ensure GDPR compliance, many waited until the last minute to act. For those there was a scramble to comply and an unspoken expectation that the ICO would immediately use its new powers. So, when that didn’t happen – and GDPR fine headlines were missing from the media, lots of us wondered if this was actually serious. However, over the past few months, the ICO has shown that it absolutely is.
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