Remember 2018? For many of us, the first couple of quarters were a blur as we raced to ensure our digital sites and services were compliant with GDPR.
There’s not been a lot of noise around GDPR since then, aside from occasional announcements of eye-watering corporate fines. And understandably, over the past year, we’ve been fully focused on navigating our way through the COVID-19 pandemic.
But GDPR hasn’t stood still since it became law in May 2018, and 2020 has seen some significant updates to the legislation, its implementation and the frameworks that support it.