TRAINING – Direct Marketing and GDPR – The Can Do’s and Cannot Do’s

John Nealon, Certified Data Protection Officer, will be holding another one of his very successful Training Courses on how the GDPR and e-Privacy Directive together impacts of various Direct Marketing initiatives. The session is focused, practical in its content and covers topics such as:  The key aspects of the GDPR and E-Privacy regulation impacting on Direct

10 Insightful Q and A’s – Dash Cams, Business and Data Protection

Whether it is used to mitigate personal security concerns or having a means to establish liability in the event of an accident, the use of Dashboard mounted CCTV – Dash Cams – in business vehicles has increased over the past number of years. This article details some of the considerations business managers need to consider

Internet Safety for your Children

Parents have you bought a connected toy or device for your child? The Data Protection Commissioner is continuing to highlight the dangers of buying internet connected devices for children.  Seeing that Santa may have brought some of these devices to the good boys and girls, it is a good idea for parents to look at

Personal Data Transfers – No Deal Brexit

The Data Protection Commissioner has issued guidance regarding Personal Data Transfers to and from the UK https://dataprotection.ie/en/news-media/latest-news/dpc-issues-important-message-personal-data-transfers-and-uk-event-no-deal , including Northern Ireland, in the event of a ‘no deal’ Brexit. The main points of her guidance are: In the event of a ‘no deal’ Brexit, the UK will become a “third country” for the purposes of