By 25th May 2018 all businesses that want to hold personal data on people in the European Union will have to comply with GDPR.
Regardless of the UK decision to BREXIT, we will still be required to conform.  This has been clearly stated by Karen Bradley, the Minister of Culture Media and Sport in 2016 and the Information Commissioner.
Businesses should be preparing now, there is a lot to do.  Sandettie can help with:
We run training sessions on GDPR at the National Cyber Skills Centre.  They are aimed at SMEs.  Checkout their website for the next scheduled course, or contact them to request one.  
If you are a Worcestershire business, you may be eligible for assistance through the Be Cyber Secure Programme contact for more details
What some of our customers have said about our training
I found the training session extremely useful. It was delivered in a very comprehensive manner which made it easy to follow and understand. The practical examples given by the trainer throughout the day were very helpful and clarified any potential doubt I may have had about the topic. Great day! Thanks
The presenter knew the material extremely well and was able to present real-life examples of the material being discussed. Coupled with an engaging presentational style I know I walked away from the course with a far better understanding of GDPR and able to confidently discuss the subject with clients and colleagues alike.  
For a pretty dry subject, the instructor kept the mood light and momentum going forward with good examples and controlled informative discussion.
Despite being a full day course, the day passed very quickly, which I equate to being interesting and informative and not a chore. 
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