With GDPR set to go into effect in May. Now is the time for businesses to not only prepare to comply with the regulation but also to ready themselves to deal with the possibility of a flood of 'right to be forgotten' requests.

A survey undertaken by Crown Records Management provided an insight into consumers awareness and attitudes towards GDPR. Showing citizens are more aware of their digital footprint and how it can affect their lives.

Businesses will need to know what data they have, where it is, how it can be accessed and how it can be edited

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GDPR Infographic: What the regulation means for consumers


GDPR is not only about avoiding big fines but also how you can benefit from the changes.

Prepare with 10 ways to make GDPR work for your business.