Data protection laws will be changing on 25 May 2018. This is the date when the new European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into force across the European Union, including the UK. Businesses must ensure they are prepare for the changes across every area in which they gather and store personal data. Added to that is the importance of keeping that data secure, even in what might seem to be unlikely circumstances. Rogue employees are a major cause of data breaches. Disgruntled current or ex-employees can do serious damage that is costly to repair. So how do you protect your company’s important data from malicious employees? Following on from our recent breakfast seminar, here are 10 questions you should be asking in the lead up to the new regulation. If there any that you are struggling to answer, get in touch with Oliver Smith (litigation expert) or Jimmy Desai (GDPR expert).

Infographic showing 10 ways of dealing with company data theft at the hands of employees

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