General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)

 

What is GDPR?

The clock is ticking for the most significant change in data protection in decades. From May 25th 2018 all businesses (including accountants) will need to ensure they comply with the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), regulations. These new regulations attempt to balance the rights of the individuals with the needs of businesses. To help businesses the regulators have defined 6 data protection principles providing a foundation from where business can build their data protection policy.



General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) Resources



Keep on top of the latest changes for data protection legislation and GDPR with training courses, whitepapers and notes for accountants in practice.

Learn more about how GDPR will affect your business from a payroll and HR perspective. Download the free guide, join a training course or get yours hands on the free GDPR checklists



How the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation Affects UK Practices

We bring you the first in a series of IRIS briefing notes and whitepapers, aimed at keeping you up to speed on the GDPR and helping you to prepare for compliance by 25th May 2018.


In this latest whitepaper, you'll learn

  1. Differences from current Data Protection laws
  2. Fundamental GDPR principles
  3. How IRIS is helping practices manage GDPR compliance
  4. How to prepare for GDPR
  5. The consequences of not getting it right


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GDPR Guide for businesses

The following 11 page guide, contains nine ways businesses can prepare for the arrival of The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) that is replacing the Data Protection Act 1998 from 25th May 2018.

What You'll Learn

  1. The key facts
  2. The changes to the current Data Protection laws
  3. If Brexit will affect GDPR
  4. 9 ways your business can prepare for GDPR
  5. How IRIS have been preparing

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Our promise to you

Any extra product functionality required by GDPR will be fully implemented into the IRIS and Earnie software range prior to the 25th May 2018 commencement date. All customers will be kept fully informed of any significant changes that may be necessary to your software’s service provision due to the new legal requirements.

However, we at IRIS remain confident in our ability to deliver the same high levels of service provision and protection as always, continuing to provide our clients with complete confidence in our products and services under the new guidelines.



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