GDPR 10 Questions?

In a recent meeting, Karl Fontanari from CNA International had the opportunity of discussing the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), based on

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1.Why do you think so few companies have started to prepare? 2.What could be done by the ICO and others to increase awareness? 3.What is happening in other EU countries and have any mandated this law yet? JT – It will be mandated, and therefore can be enforced as a regulation from 4.Which industry sectors will be the most affected? 5.What should any organisation start to do first? 6.How does a company then prove they are compliant? 7.Will this regulation become also a BSI/ISO standard? 8.What do you think will happen on the 25th May 2018? 9.The DPO is mentioned a lot what are your views and thoughts? 10.Is this for the better or for the worse? Professor Jacqui Taylor – Personal Profile 2017 25th May 2018.

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In a recent meeting, Karl Fontanari from CNA International had the opportunity of discussing the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), based on 10 questions, with Professor Jacqui Taylor, who is an acknowledged expert lead for the British Standards Institute (BSI).

Jacqui is recognised as one of the 100 most powerful UK entrepreneurs and has been awarded an Honorary Doctorate of Science in recognition of her IoT work.

After implementing a banking regulatory change programme with Web 3.0 tools she co-founded FlyingBinary a web science company which changes the world with data, one of the original 250 TechCity companies. She is a high profile mentor in the world’s number one digital hub, Tech City. Jacqui mentors Founders specifically to accelerate their technology and funding options for growth.

An appointment for the third year as an Independent Ministerial Advisor in the Cabinet Office of H.M. Government recognised her as a web scientist of influence in the era of Big Data and the Internet of Things (IoT). Her company FlyingBinary has been recognised with an IoT international techtrailblazer award. She is personally recognised as one of the UK’s most influential Women in Tech, one of the 34 IoT Influencers on Twitter and one of the 20 global entrepreneurs to watch as part of #GEW2016.

Jacqui collaborated with datajournalism thought leaders to produce her fourth publication, a new PhD primer for journalism using her web science work which connects 34 million citizens across the web. She has articulated the global future of the data journalism industry, she co-founded. As a prominent leader in the Digital Enlightenment Forum, Jacqui contributed a chapter to the European Yearbook and presented a new Trust and Privacy model which will underpin the Future of IoT in Europe. As a Visiting Professor at LSBU she is articulating the contribution of the Internet of Things to the New and Convergent Media domains.

Her company has been successfully awarded all nine frameworks under H. M. Government’s industry leading cloud initiative, G-Cloud and is recognised as one of the 100 UK companies transforming government using GovTech. FlyingBinary’s latest innovations are underpinning Secured European Cloud Services for Big Data and IoT, which implement GDPR and have no reliance on Privacy Shield arrangements.

She is an expert lead for the British Standards Institute (BSI) team with international colleagues on the top level ISO Technical Committee and is the editor for two ISO Smart City standards. As the technical author for the latest British Standards Institute Smart City standard, she has articulated the future role of IoT data and services and their value in the domain.

Role: Co-Founder and CEO of FlyingBinary

Twitter: @jacquitaylorfb

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