Whether you see GDPR as something to be afraid of or as an opportunity, it has become a reality.
Given the number of facts and myths that have been said, written and taught about GDPR, it is more and more difficult to tell what is fact or what is fiction.
Many new experts bring us a lot of new advice what must be done. When we get pass the catastrophic scenarios with enormous fines and dark prisons we learn what to expect and what needs to be done to finally get it to work. Many companies offer help when you want to let the world know that you lost your data the minute you do, but very few companies offer advice what to do when you don´t want to deal with the Office for Personal Data Protection.
We have also read many articles, paid registration fees at conferences where the most valuable thing were the refreshments until… until Mr. Zdeněk Jiříček and Jiří Černý from Microsoft wrote a series of articles which focus on what to do rather than on what not to do. We can only recommend reading them:
That is if you speak Czech of course as the article is in Czech only.
P.S.: The key article is the last one.