Do you still suffer from GDPR headache?

The European Union’s GDPR, with its eleven chapters of 99 articles, is intended to secure the protection of privacy and the processing of personal data but can be quite intimidating to review and understand. Many areas of data protection have not been newly regulated by the GDPR and many businesses are already following general data protection rules for many years. But they now must face the painful possibility of penalties and/or the constant fear of receiving formal warnings, not following the rules. The regulations have put small and medium-sized enterprises’ (SMEs) data management policies to the test.