I’d like to start by saying that I’m allergic to checklists that claim they’re a one-size-fits-all for implementing the GDPR. Don’t fall for it guys. It really is too good to be true.
If you think you can just use a checklist to implement the GDPR, you’re wrong. Also, if you think ‘well, at least I’m getting a whole lot done’ you’re wrong AND taking a huge risk.
In recent discussions some people said that humans are not the problem, but rather the lack of good technology to protect them. I beg to differ. I think the human is the weakest link in any security system. In this blog I’ll explain why I think what I think. And, by all means, open up the discussion in the comments on LinkedIn if you agree or if you don’t.