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Good Practice Guide

Publication date:

24 January 2019

Last updated:

19 February 2019


James Moorhouse

Learn how to maintain good GDPR practices and your ongoing responsibilities.

Now that the GDPR is implemented, all claims advisors should have made any necessary changes and set up any new controls as required.


This guide examines how to maintain good GDPR practices on an ongoing basis as well as examining how to process newly collected and shared data lawfully. GDPR compliance is not a one-time solution so it is important that claims advisors look at the many different ways they process data and how to do it ethically.

This Good Practice Guide examines the following:

  • What is the GDPR?
  • Why was it introduced?
  • Who does the GDPR apply to?
  • What rights do individuals have under the GDPR?
  • How will the GDPR be maintained on an ongoing basis?

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This document is believed to be accurate but is not intended as a basis of knowledge upon which advice can be given. Neither the author (personal or corporate), Society of Claims Professionals or Chartered Insurance Institute, or any of the officers or employees of those organisations accept any responsibility for any loss occasioned to any person acting or refraining from action as a result of the data or opinions included in this material. Opinions expressed are those of the author or authors and not necessarily those of the Society or Chartered Insurance Institute.


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