As at the date of publishing this blog, there are just 31 working days to go until the General Data Protection Regulation comes into force. We know it's coming, in fact, everyone seems to be talking about it, but what must an organisation do to adhere to the Regulation, to demonstrate compliance and avoid hefty fines? Read on and find out more about the GDPR Playbook Do It Yourself Guide™
The role of the Data Protection Officer, or the ‘DPO’ for short, is crucial for compliance with the EU General Data Protection Regulation for some organisations and, depending on where you are in the world, this role could also be required within your local data protection legislation. In this blog, read about the main function of the DPO, their role and their position in regards to the GDPR.
All organisations will need to change the way in which they operate to comply with the GDPR, however, many will vary in terms of their greatest areas of risk. A key consideration for all organisations will be how best to ensure data protection becomes a way of doing things, engrained into the culture of the organisation, reducing the risk of breaches from the greatest point of weakness, the human being.
Marbral Advisory, Jersey's leading, independent change and project management specialists have become the largest team of GDPR practitioners, based locally, with more than five qualified staff at Foundation level and five qualified staff at Practitioner level.
Marbral Advisory, a leading change and project management specialist, is delighted to announce its appointment of Dawn Rutherford, as Change Architect. Dawn is an experienced and accredited change and project management professional with significant experience in organisation design, HR people planning, culture change, people engagement strategies, performance management implementation, business readiness and implementation.
Marbral Advisory, the largest independent change management practice in the Channel Islands, has created two new leadership roles in response to the growing demand for its expertise in the British Isles and Europe.Leonie McCrann has been appointed CEO for the British Isles and Alexsis Wintour, founder, will now move to the new role of CEO for Europe.
Marbral Advisory is delighted to welcome three new change professionals to its team. Their recent appointments are in response to Marbral’s growing presence in other offshore jurisdictions and an increased demand for change services, locally.