In the coming months we will be outlining the steps you will need to take to make sure that you are GDPR compliant.
The new General Data Protection Regulation (effective 25 May 2018) relates to personal data you hold on individuals, it is an expansion of existing data protection laws and introduces large fines for non compliance.
GDPR requires businesses to be able to demonstrate how they are using and safeguarding that personal data. In order to achieve this you should
Remember the first data protection principle, which means you must have legitimate grounds for collecting and using the personal data.
If you are direct marketing by post, email, text, phone or any other form using this personal data then 3 practical steps that you should do straight away are:
Read our GDPR section in our March newsletter where we will outline some changes we are making to our DRIVE CRM software to help you comply with your obligations.
The new legislation will usher in the most comprehensive overhaul of Irish company law in over 50 years and we will provide you with a detailed synopsis of the highlights and notable changes that are to be introduced.
ACIS, Corporate Law & Company Secretarial Practice
A concise guide to the practical measures that Accounting Firms need to take from a tax perspective in adhering to FRS102.This will link up and follow on smoothly from the earlier presentation on the Accounting implications of FRS 102 covered by previous speakers.
The Statement of Recommended Practice applies to Charities preparing their accounts in accordance with the Financial Reporting Standard applicable in the UK and ROI (FRS 102) - effective date January 2015.