Ensuring data protection compliance

A practical overview of how to set up and maintain an effective international data protection compliance programme. The note highlights the key steps in establishing an effective compliance programme including appointing a compliance officer, identifying the data controller and the data processor, and ensuring appropriate legal grounds exist for each processing activity. It also explains how to maintain the compliance programme.

David Naylor, David Lewis and Michael Brown, Fieldfisher


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