GDPR at two: How far we’ve come, how far we still have to go

I’ll add to the point made by the man from Dell: GDPR shouldn’t be a “compliance tick box”. If you’re going to be spending on compliance then it would be sensible to go all-in and really adopt the mantra of “Data protection by design and default” and use it to differentiate your business against those who want to play fast and loose with personal information…:

[…] Dell Technologies’ Mallon says the second anniversary of GDPR is a great opportunity to reflect on what can be done better. He believes the “good enough” mentality that has taken hold within the market is no longer good enough, and we need to change how people view GDPR, from an annoying compliance tick-box, to a framework against which organisations feel they can strive for better, rather than just clearing the bar.


Original article here