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UK GDPR Resources 

GDPR is an EU regulation that no longer applies to the UK, however, the Data Protection Act 1998 has been replaced by the Data Protection Act 2018, which incorporates the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).  

This means that it is still important for UK businesses to stay compliant when it comes to handling personal data.  

We’ve taken a look at online resources, compiling a list below to help you understand some of the finer details when it comes to data compliance and ensuring your business is following the rules to a tee. 

We don’t want you to get caught out! 

 Here’s a list of places to find GDPR resources to help your business stay compliant. 

UK GDPR Guidance & Resources from Information Commissioner’s Office  

The ICO have created a section covering all aspects of UK GDPR, including information on individual rights, law principles, data sharing, artificial intelligence and more. 

12 Point UK GDPR Checklist for Small Businesses 

Use this checklist from the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) to ensure you’re hitting all the important parts when it comes to data compliance for business.  

Data Protection and Your Business 

The government website have created a short guide on data protection when it comes to business, providing insight into what you need to do.  

Factsheets on Data Protection & GDPR 

These factsheets from CIPD offer guidance on following good data protection practices at work and includes a practical action plan for organisations. 

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