How will the new general data protection regulation (GDPR) affect the roles of IT staff?

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Will Astbury
by Will Astbury 24 August 2017

Time is running out in the race to become GDPR compliant, and as the clock runs down to 25 May 2018, organisations are beginning to make big changes to the way they handle their data.

In his latest article for LinkedIn, IT Recruitment Consultant Matthew Morris has addressed how these changes have affected his clients and candidates.

Matthew, who works within Crimson’s contract account management team, has written about how the new GDPR legislation is impacting on the roles of IT Service Delivery Managers, Business Analysts, Project Managers, and infrastructure professionals. He has also discussed the opportunities that are being created in the market place and the increasing levels of scrutiny on IT staff.

If you would like to read Matthew’s article in full, click here.

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Crimson is an IT consultancy, an IT solutions provider, an IT recruitment agency, and a Microsoft Gold Partner operating across the UK.

Topics: GDPR