CNIL partners with Order of Chartered Accountants to help SME to improve their compliance with the GDPR.


While many transnational companies continue to feel headache after ‘Schrems II’ hit in July, the problem for SMEs looks simpler and more trivial: they seem to be unable to meet even more general and clear data protection requirements without external help.

This can return us to early talks (they are sometimes heard now, though) that the GDPR may be too burdensome for many business actors. And we see it can really be like this.

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