Candidate Rights & GDPR

The GDPR is, in large part, an evolution of the 1995 Data Protection Directive upon which most of Europe’s national laws on data protection are based. Among the most notable changes are the penalties for non-compliance, the reach of the regulation, the expanded rights for individual data subjects, the requirement for consent, and added responsibilities for reporting problems and documenting compliance.

This graphic originally appeared in AESC's Executive Talent Magazine article, "GPDR and AESC."