Ico examines public confidence in data protection
The ICO recently released the results of a survey they created as part of their strategic plan to examine the general public’s trust in organisations that use their personal data.
The survey was produced as a key time, as many people are now online more than ever due to working from home. The ICO found that the public trust healthcare organisations with their data far more than social media applications and that significantly more people feel that current data protection laws protect their data.
Respondents said they would be more than likely to stop using a service if they felt that their personal information would not be secure. More respondents than ever are now likely to research how companies keep their data safe, which means it’s very important that your business is GDPR compliant, so as not to lose out on potential clients.
We understand that getting started on your GDPR can be stressful, however we’re here to make it quick and easy. The first step is to get your free GDPRlocal account and take a look at the free downloads. This set of documents will give you a good idea you will need to do for your business. Don’t forget, we’re always on hand with expert advice.
If you have questions about getting your GDPR started or anything we’ve highlighted today, drop us an email at [email protected], or call us at 01772 217800 and we can give you a hand.
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