19 June 2019

Ask for freely given, informed and active consent

For consent to be informed and specific, the information is needed at least about the controller’s identity, what kind of data will be processed, how it will be used and the purpose of the processing operations as a safeguard against ‘function creep’.
11 June 2019

Use adequate security measures for your data storage

Since the introduction of the GDPR legislation, we know that we cannot collect this data without permission. That is why we have provided our websites and our apps with well-written Privacy Statements and Cookie Policies. But even if we only store this data and do not use it immediately for direct marketing campaigns, the GDPR legislation still imposes some requirements.
31 May 2019

Show your photographer who agreed to be pictured

More and more people are really annoyed about the unconfirmed publishing of pictures. It’s not good marketing practice any longer to just move forward and publish-as-you-please.
14 May 2019

Have your staff use the auto-lock feature on their smartphone

Via the smartphone of your collaborators, anyone can get access to their e-mail correspondence. This access is often less protected than the PCs and desktops they are using.
14 May 2019

Put your webforms on a secure url

In order to protect your organization against a data leak and a bad reputation with your stakeholders, you might want to check and tell your designers to put all web forms on a secure url.
14 May 2019

Send your Meeting Requests in Bcc:

Make sure you put the addressees in the bcc box of your e-mail if you send your message to several people who would not meet or know each other outside the context of this meeting.