Link: GDPR compliance – here are the 14 things you actually need to do

Exciting new audit needs ahead, hoss: “Organisations should review their IT systems and procedures to check they comply with GDPR requirements for privacy by design, ensuring only the minimum amount of personal data necessary is processed. Privacy Impact Assessments (PIAs) should be completed when using new technologies and the data processing is likely to result in a high risk to individuals.”
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Link: Gartner Survey Reveals Western European Employees View IT as a Technical Resource, Not a Digital Advisor

While employees are feeling more and more computer literate, they’re valuing the IT department less. Once again, IT has to reestablish itself as a source of innovation instead of cost-cutting, light-bulb illuminators. “Keep moving and get out of the way,” and all that.

n=” online survey gathered data from 1,000 employees in Western Europe from organizations with more than 100 employee.”

Source: Gartner Survey Reveals Western European Employees View IT as a Technical Resource, Not a Digital Advisor