U.K. Data Privacy Officers Discuss Challenges and Concerns

Data privacy officers (DPOs) in the U.K. have less confidence in their companies’ compliance, and day-to-day tasks, such as handling data retention issues and data subject requests, remain a significant challenge. These are among the findings in the U.K. Data Protection Index, a quarterly survey of 465 U.K. DPOs that helps track trends and evolving opinions. At the recent GRC Forum, a panel of DPOs shed insight on some of the results of the September 2021 survey and the trends they are seeing. See “Getting to Know the DPO and Adapting Corporate Structure to Comply With the GDPR (Part One of Two)” (Jan. 25, 2017); Part Two (Feb. 8, 2017).

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