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Jobs boom for 'data privacy officers' under forthcoming GDPR

From Computing.co.uk

"Organisations will need to put in place new internal record keeping and other controls around data when the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is introduced, warns DLA Piper legal director JP Buckley. And the new data protection law will apply to even the smallest of businesses.

That was one of the messages from Computing's web seminar yesterday in which Buckley and Fujitsu senior director of storage product marketing Frank Reichart examined the implications of the Regulation, with research from organisations across the UK from Computing.

‘Data controllers and data processors...will have to keep really very detailed records of what decisions they take, how they manage contracts, what data they are gathering and why, and all the decisions around that in order to meet these new governance obligations,’ warned Buckley.

At the same time, the role of data privacy officers will also be radically enhanced, he added.”

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