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GDPR for small businesses: What it means for you

GDPR for small businesses: What it means for you
Joe Curtis - 27 Jul, 2017 -
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"We look at how the new data protection laws will impact SMBs"
"So what does GDPR mean for SMBs? Let's answer a few key questions addressing specifically how it applies to smaller organisations before you dive into our step-by-step guide to all the elements of the new data protection rules."
"The bit these guides seem to get confused about is Article 30, which in the final draft of the legislation states that there's a difference between the types of records SMBs and larger firms must keep."
"The regulation states that extra record keeping duties will apply to an SMB if "the processing it carries out is likely to result in a risk to the rights and freedoms of data subjects, the processing is not occasional, or the processing includes special categories of data ... or personal data relating to criminal convictions and offences referred to in Article 10."
"While an earlier draft of GDPR limited the appointment of a data protection officer to organisations with more than 250 employees, there's no such bar now."
"The "whichever is higher" is the key phrase for SMBs, who could be financially ruined by a data breach, meaning the risks are just as big - if not bigger - than for a multinational enterprise that could absorb the penalty in its next financial quarter without too much of an impact on its stock price."