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A free infographic highlighting how GDPR will change the way businesses handle and store data as well as gain consent.

EU GDPR can be difficult to get your head around but with our free infographic, it’ll hopefully help you understand better.

As the General Data Protection Regulation’s (GDPR) inception date of May 25, 2018 draws closer, knowing how the changes to existing data regulations will affect UK businesses has never been as important.

But despite an unprecedented increase in cyber-attacks and the introduction of fines big enough to stop an enterprise from trading, there are still too many businesses that think ‘it doesn’t apply to me’ and as a result, are putting the security of their data in serious jeopardy.

Take a look at the infographic below showing how the changes in regulations will affect the way you run your business. Click on the image to expand.

 

EU GDPR, What the EU GDPR Means in 2 Minutes

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