Global Online Retailer Appoints RookMay To Undertake GDPR and Data Protection Review and Gap Analysis

9th February 2018 Major Online Retailer appoints RookMay to help undertake a General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) Gap Analysis. The work involves carrying out workshops and interviews with key company stakeholders culminating in a the presentation of a report that highlighted: The need for production of key policies and procedures including GDPR Policy, Data Breach Handling Policy and updates to Information Security Policies Updates to consumer facing Privacy Policy and…

RookMay delivers GDPR Audit to Leading Pharmaceutical Client

09 June 2017 – RookMay supports and delivers a General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) audit and set of recommendations to a leading Pharmaceutical services client. Data Protection across the European Union (EU) is changing next year and on 25 May 2018 Europe will enter a new piece of regulation to harmonise data protection across member countries. The new regulation is called General Data Protection Regulation, GDPR. RookMay have been providing…

UK Government confirms EU Network and Information Security Directive (NIS) will be implemented despite Brexit

The UK Government has confirmed the NIS Directive will be implemented despite Brexit vote The UK Government said it will provide support and guidance on implementation soon. The government also recently released the results of its review into cybersecurity regulation, concluding that it was ‘not current justified’ in imposing new cybersecurity regulations on businesses above those in the current law and under the NIS Directive. The government is considering whether…

Enterprise Content Management – 2017 – What’s Going To Happen!

Every year I like to give my personal views and thoughts on what is happening in the industry based on my international training seminars, interactions with businesses and clients and through my consulting engagements. With Brexit looming, major changes across the European landscape (both politically and economically) and other wider global effects Here are the 5 areas, in no particular order of importance: 1. Security. As kind of expected, there…