Europe under Review: part 7 of 8 — privacy governance
By Tatiana Kruse
As the next in our series of ‘back to privacy basics’, we look at the rules regarding privacy governance.
As we will do throughout this series, we take a look at the current position and what is best practice for an organisation. We will also briefly consider what the new Data Protection Regulation may mean in this area.
While the UK Data Protection Act does not mention governance as such, good governance will assist with — and demonstrate — a data controller’s adherence to the eight principles and also provide an established process to respond to incidents and subject access requests…
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