Kafka strikes again: GDPR requires consent, but you can’t ask for it

UPDATED 22nd of May 2018 This post has been getting a lot of traffic recently. I wrote it more than a year ago. Since then I've been working almost exclusively on GDPR implementation for clients and my understanding of the regulation has deepened. I'm going to leave the post as it was originally written below, but … Continue reading Kafka strikes again: GDPR requires consent, but you can’t ask for it

Visitors – you just can’t trust them

Keeping your server in your office keeps your data safe, right? Just make sure the firewall is working and you’re golden. Because if it’s inside your physical perimeter, it’s protected, isn’t it? Well… It depends on your visitor policies. Your what? All that boring stuff to do with signing people in, showing them to meeting … Continue reading Visitors – you just can’t trust them