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ICO advises organisations to establish internal breach reporting procedures to prepare for GDPR

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"The Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) has advised organisations to set up internal security breach reporting procedures, supported by comprehensive training, as part of preparations for the General Data Protection Directive (GDPR) due to come into effect in 2018.

The recommendation is made in an ICO Breach notification advisory, which has been updated to take account of the new rules. Organisations will need to start preparing now to be compliant from day one and many organisations, particularly larger ones, are expected to appoint data protection officers.

The regulation will, among other things, require organisations to inform data protection authorities and the public about personal data breaches, which means having the appropriate reporting procedures in place and training staff accordingly.

‘You should make sure that your staff understand what constitutes a data breach and that this is more than a loss of personal data,’ said the ICO guidance.”

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