How much do you know about GDPR ?
Take our GDPR quiz and separate fact from fiction.
True or False?
- Offices that deal with members of the public a high – risk for data protection issues.
TRUE – Especially if you process data relating to special data such as religion and health.
- You must have a written Data Protection Policy.
FALSE – Not a legal requirement, but good practice.
- You need information about data protection in your terms of engagement, website etc.
TRUE – Your duty of transparency means you need privacy notices. We provide precedents.
- You will no longer be able to send bulletins to clients, unless they opt in.
FALSE – Though widely believed. We provide a methodology of how you should approach marketing communications post 25th May.
- One must not process personal data without the consent of the person concerned.
FALSE – There are many possible grounds for processing personal data, as our training explains. Only rely on consent if nothing else applies.
- People generally must have the right to see what data you hold about them.
TRUE – Your people need to be aware of this, and take care what they write down.
- You can be fined if a single member of staff makes a data protection error, in good faith.
TRUE – One misplaced email can result in a fine or civil claim. So training is vital.
- You should often redact information on client/public matters, to remove personal data.
TRUE – Our training explains how disclosure and due diligence information in particular may require careful handling.
- GDPR compliance is the responsibility of the Nominated Data Protection Officer of Data Compliance Officer.
TRUE – Though everyone must be involved.
- It makes sense to leave GDPR compliance to 25th
FALSE – Start on risk assessment, training, and getting opt – in consents now.
Do you have any other questions about GDPR or our GDPR Quiz ?
Call Dominic Moss on 01606 872200 or email firstname.lastname@example.org