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Manchester, United Kingdom, May 30, 2018 –(PR.com)– More formally known as the General Data Protection Regulation, GDPR is set to change the way that businesses store and process data forever. This is set to be enforced on May 25th, however, it has now been revealed that GDPR enforcements officers and currently understaffed and underfunded.
This local Manchester insurance firm has set the precedent for GDPR preparedness and is now offering advice to local businesses and professional indemnity insurance quotes in order to prevent any strict sanctions from being enforced on them.
This means that businesses may be awarded and extended grace period after this new regulation is rolled out. Despite this grace period, a worrying 70% of all local businesses have admitted that they are not going to be ready in time for GDPR.
Caunce O’Hara is a locally operating insurance business, who have taken it upon themselves to help other businesses prepare for GDPR. This Manchester based firm has designed a free resource that breaks down the fundamentals of the new law and how to integrate this into your business.
Caunce O’Hara are now urging local business to take their preventative measures in the wake of the new regulation, by increasing cybersecurity, selecting a comprehensive insurance policy creating a bespoke business strategy on how data is stored and used.
The local insurance firm are now looking to implement bespoke training strategies for local businesses who are struggling to meet the GDPR deadline.
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