The GDPR, or General Data Protection Regulation, which came into effect May 2018, has drastically transformed the digital landscape.
Chances are, it has also affected how your workplace secures paper data, handles cybersecurity, and protects user information.
But when it comes to remote work, employees are left guessing. In fact, HRZone’s 2020 report on HR trends found that 57% of employers didn’t have a formal remote work policy.*
So how does the GDPR apply to remote workers? Can you even remain compliant while working from home? This is what we’ll answer in this short post.