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Data-driven Business We have seen increasing focus on finding new ways to use data more intelligently. Intelligent use of data can offer better, more integrated business solutions. GDPR compliance could be viewed as an opportunity for businesses to improve public engagement, become more data driven, [...]
The Surveillance Camera Code of Practice The Surveillance Camera Code of Practice Principle 2 states that; “The use of a surveillance camera system must take into account its effect on individuals and their privacy, with regular reviews to ensure its use remains justified” (source). The [...]
What is a Personal Injury Claim? The term “slip and fall" is used for a personal injury case in which a person slips or trips and falls, and is then injured on someone else's property, or premises. These cases usually fall under an umbrella of [...]
This blog post offers guidance for individuals / organisations looking for steps that they can take to ensure that their CCTV system is ICO compliant; including the installation, management, operation, public awareness and signage of your organisation’s CCTV system. Step 1: Installation Perform a [...]
How Much are Fraudulent Slips, Trips, and Falls Costing the UK Retail Sector Annually? It’s a lot More Than You Might Suspect!
Fraudulent slips, trips, and falls claims cost businesses more than half a billion a year. It is estimated that many organisations are losing around five per cent of their annual revenue to fraud (source). Audit tracking, litigation and fraudulent claims have resulted in an increased requirement [...]
The General Data Protection Regulations General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) came into effect on 25 May 2018. Under these new regulations enforced across Europe, individuals have a right to request access to personal data (subject access requests) with requests processed within 30 days at no [...]