We are increasingly consulted about breaches of data protection law - often due to undetected faults in systems and processes, which can have a major impact. Many of our clients are surprised to learn that currently very few data protection breaches have to be reported to the Information Commissioner's Office (ICO).

BWB's Lawrence Simanowitz and Michael Charalambous explain the current requirements for when a data breach should be reported to the ICO, and how the General Data Protection Regulation will change the position.

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Lawrence Simanowitz

Charity Partner, Head of Culture + Creative

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Michael Charalambous

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Posted on 13/10/2017 in BWB Publications

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