GDPR – the biggest business tech story since Y2K

From memes to policy misunderstandings, GDPR is the biggest tech news story of the moment, covered on everything from the biggest international broadcaster to the smallest trade magazine.

With many of our clients specialising in security and data solutions, this has been an area of continued focus for the team at Touchdown, and one where we are proud to share the successes of our team and clients.

In addition to swathes of trade coverage over the last few months, where our clients have set the benchmark for clear, actionable GDPR advice, we have also had several high profile opportunities to demonstrate our clients’ expertise at a regional and national level.

Just this week, Nigel Tozer from Commvault has appeared on two regional BBC Radio stations – in Manchester and Berkshire – talking about the impact of GDPR on consumers, small businesses and charities.

Projekts MCR CEO, John Haines, consulted Commvault for advice on GDPR, and spoke to the BBC about what he learned.

Another highlight of our week was watching BBC Click’s episode on “GDPR: What is it good for?”, where Ryan Benson and Stephen Gailey from Exabeam discussed the need for more protections around personal data, especially the amount of information available about us through our browsers.

Discussing such an important topic with our clients and the media has been a huge undertaking, and has taken the hard work of every member of our team. As GDPR comes into effect, our successes speak for themselves and we are looking forward to working on the next big conversation in business technology.

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