GDPR - THE TIME TO ACT IS NOW!

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In May  2018, a major data law came in… and your business needs to comply. 


GDPR – General Data Protection Regulation – replaces the data protection act and the fines for breaking it are huge… up to €20m. Scary.


The main aim of GDPR is to give individuals a greater level of control over their personal data. Which means that all companies who hold any customer information will be subject to strict rules.

GDPR law changed in May 2018, it may seem dull – but if you ignore it, it will have a big effect on your business

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Think of your business as a 17th century boat in the ocean.  It's loaded with valuable treasure (data).  And it's currently under attack from two sides.


To your left is a pirate ship.  This is where the hackers are.  They're trying every trick in the book to steal your treasure.  Or lock it away and force you to pay to get it back.


To your right is a military ship.  This is the government.  It's so keen that you protect your treasure from the pirates, that it's insisting you arm your boat in a very specific way.  And it's prepared to blow you out of the water if you don't comply.


If you're interested in finding out how your boat got into this situation.  And how to find a clear destination, while keeping the government happy and the hacks at bay,  fill out our form and we'll send you a FREE book that'll explain just that!


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