In the 15 months since it came in, the fines have already totalled €56m.

And watchdogs say the European data protection agencies are just warming up.

In the first few months alone, more than 205,000 cases were reported across 31 countries.

Now the enforcement officers have settled into their roles, they’re taking a zero tolerance approach to breaches.

Have you had a thorough review of the data security side of GDPR this year?

No business can afford to take risks with their customers’ data. This isn’t just about the fines. It’s about the loss to your credibility of a data breach (because it will have to be reported publicly).

So even if we worked together to look at your data security arrangements back in May last year, if you feel it’s worth us looking at it again, that’s OK.

Contact us today to get started.

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