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Writen by Zlatko Delev

Posted on: October 13, 2021

Most common types of GDPR violations

As GDPR effect is growing day by day and a lot of companies are affected, we would like to present a recap of the most common mistakes that companies are making that need to be avoided in order not to face SAR’s data breaches or investigation from the responsible authority and face a huge fine.

So, as per our research this is the rank list of the most commong mistakes that are made:

1.Insuficient legal basis for Data Processing.

2.Technical and organizitional measures to ensure information security.

3.Non-compliance with general data processing principles.

4.Insufficient fullfilment of data subjects right.

5.Insufficient fullfilment of information obligations.

6.Insufficient cooperation with supervisory authority.

We encourage you to share with us your thoughts about this, and even share your ideas about what do you think is the most common mistake that is made by the companies, that is related to GDPR

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