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UK Companies to Prepare for GDPR

UK companies are required to prepare for the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) rules which will come into force by 25 May 2018. Non compliance with the new rules will have significant financial impact and should not be taken lightly. If your company has not begun to prepare for GDPR, you will be advised to take action right away. The scope and depth of the changes required to meet the new regulations is likely to be complex for a number of businesses, particularly in the Technology industry.

The dedadline is tight. Contractors with a project management or business analysis background should look out for significant opportunities arising from GDPR.

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