The GDPR is not a one-day thing

The 25th of May has finally arrived. The D day where all personal data is protected. Where security incidents will no longer occur. Where all the processing of personal data becomes legitimate. Where the data will no longer be stored sine die. Where users have full control over their data. Where the right to forget is a reality. Where everyone has been informed that all the privacy policies of the planet have been updated (yes, ours too). The most awaited day has arrived. And once you have reached this point of rejoicing, what then?

Well, I’m sorry to tell you that the GDPR is not a one-day thing. Today, 25 May 2018, the General Data Protection Regulation, known as GDPR, comes into effect. But just because it comes into effect today (it has been in force since 2016) does not mean that everything we have not done does not need to be done, or that if we have already made an adaptation we do not have to do anything else. Why?
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The iPads of the Spanish members of parliament

A few weeks ago we saw in the Spanish media a story that couldn’t go unnoticed [1] [2] [3] [4] (Spanish press). The news said that 20 Spanish members of parliament had lost the iPad that at the beginning of the current term of office —less than a year ago— they had received for their work. Leaving aside the controversy about the need of this tool and the responsibility that these members should have with a corporate device, let’s get into what concerns to us: security.... Leer Más