At the one-year mark for the GDPR, find out what the future holds for the European regulation.
The GDPR is a complex and highly-ambitious project – it’s time to step up to defend it! – Top 12 teething troubles 12 months in …
Is your analytics data GDPR-compliant one year into the regulation? Here’s a quiz to accompany the guide and get you up to speed with the ins and outs of the regulation.
Here we are: the GDPR is in force. Dreaded by many companies, and sometimes insufficiently (or not at all) anticipated (only 40% of French companies said they were ready), the regulation came into effect on May 25 of this year.
Feel that buzz in the air? Today’s the big day – the GDPR is finally here! It comes into force today. OK, truthfully, it’s kind of like waking up the day after your birthday when you’re a kid. You expect to feel different, but so far, today feels exactly like yesterday. But after months of questions…
Are businesses ready for the GDPR? Depending on who you listen to, only 6% of companies are GDPR-ready, while other more optimistic figures (nearly 30%) are also being reported. But one thing is clear – the majority of businesses are still not fully prepared for the GDPR, even though the regulation takes effect in a matter of weeks.
82% of decision-makers believe analytics can strongly improve their business activities and processes. This figure illustrates a trend that’s gaining ground with more and more companies: data democratisation.
Within a company, who can view data from the website or the mobile app? Which departments should have access to which data? Who is responsible for building analytics dashboards?
In part 1 of this article, we covered what the GDPR means for your digital analytics data, notably in terms of personal data and user rights. This week, we’re defining 3 more crucial questions you must consider and understand regarding your digital analytics solution in preparation for the GDPR.