Last summer, the third sector was rightly caught up in a flurry of activity and concern about preparing for GDPR. Since then, things have gone quieter on the GDPR front, to the extent that some people see it as last year’s news.
For any charity to think of it that way would be a huge mistake. Year two of GDPR will see the start of more stringent enforcement by the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO), and the end of the informal education phase.
One year on, the ICO has warned that its focus for the second year will go ‘beyond baseline compliance’, and that it will not hesitate to act in the public interest when organisations break the new law.
Read entire article here.