This year marks the 5th anniversary of the General Data Protection Regulation, commonly referred to as the GDPR. It’s a good time to take stock and analyse what has changed and what we can expect in the near future.
What has the GDPR changed? First and foremost, as Monika Maćkowska- Morytz and Maciej Kuranc point out, our awareness has increased significantly, both in terms of rights and risks, and especially those arising from technological developments.
And new regulations, including DORA and NIS II, show that in the coming years we can expect to see even more guidelines, recommendations, good practices and opinions relating to specific market sectors and more provisions of specific, individual solutions that businesses will need to comply with, add our Technology Practice experts.