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Businesses were given two years to get up to speed with the requirements of the GDPR and implement the technical and organisational measures that it refers to. However, even if you were one of the few organsiations that were on top of this, compliance is not a line in the sand process and ensuring continued compliance requires ongoing effort and regular reviews. that said, demonstrating best efforts to comply will be viewed favourably and as the Information Commissioner has emphasised – those businesses who engage with the ICO to resolve issues and can demonstrate effective accountability arrangements will find the ICO to be fair, and that enforcement will be proportionate and a last resort. Here we detail some key compliance actions that can be taken, based on the guidance provided by the ICO. In complex organisations this may have significant financial, IT, personnel and governance implications so a clear data protection action plan for continued GDPR compliance should be put in place.

Data Mapping
Education
Establishing an Effective Governance
Framework and Data Protection
by Design and Default
Effective Communication of
Privacy Information to Individuals
Establishing your Lawful
Basis for Processing
Special Categories of
Data and Children
Data Breaches
Data Protection
Impact Assessments
Data Protection
Officers
Cross Border Transfers
of Data

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