With the advancements in modern technology, the increase in data related theft and the updated data protection principles both at a national and European level, there has never been a more important time in Irish business to be aware of and indeed to adhere to good data protection principles.
Data has become the new currency, with businesses storing vast amounts of personal and private data on hardcopy files, remote servers and cloud based systems. But just how safely is your business storing, processing and using client data?
Is your business braced for a data breach or an unwelcomed visit from the Information Commissioners Office?
If you have concerns regarding your businesses obligations under current Data Protection law, then now is the time to speak to my firm, where I will be on hand to discuss every facet of your ongoing obligations under current data protection regulations, to risk assess your current business arrangements and of course to discuss general principles of data protection in relation to your dealings with clients, employees and other regulatory bodies.
* In contentious business a solicitor may not calculate fees or other charges as a percentage or proportion of any award or settlement.