Whistleblowers around the world still fear retaliation, it is not surprisingly, therefore, that most of them decide to stay anonymous. However, is omitting his own name enough? Probably not, at least for reports made via phone calls. Even without disclosing his name, anyone, while talking on the phone, may release a number of details which … Continue reading GDPR: How to anonymise or pseudonymise whistleblowers allegations
The GDPR is almost here, May is not far, therefore, organisations are increasingly worrying about being compliant with the data protection Regulation. One of the main topics is the DPO selection. Should I hire one? What exactly qualifies to be a DPO? Should a DPO be a lawyer? These are just some of the most … Continue reading GDPR Why your Data Protection Officer should be a Lawyer
In my previous article, How to Choose a Whistleblower Service Provider? I outlined how a serious and trustworthy business partner can actually enhance your organization commitment toward compliance (although outsourcing such service is far from being compulsory or necessary). As we all know, in May 2018, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will come into force, and, given the … Continue reading Whistleblower Service Providers Duties Under the GDPR
Multinational organizations have to take into account different data protection laws while performing internal investigations. Here some useful tools.