Clarus Press Announces New Guide to GDPR
New book aimed at the Irish market to aid in GDPR compliance
Since GDPR came into effect in May 2018, the world – even beyond EU borders – has had to rethink the way they store data. Nearly a year on, though, there are still questions around GDPR and exactly how to comply with it.
Clarus Press’s new book, Data Protection Compliance: A Guide to GDPR and Irish Data Protection Law, seeks to sort out a few of those questions. According to Clarus, author Laura L. Keogh’s book is “designed and written to assist with GDPR compliance and to allow the reader quick access to certain GDPR related questions.” As a guide to ensuring GDPR compliance, it is sure to be invaluable for anyone dealing with data protection.
Topics covered within the book will include when compliance is required, conditions under which personal data can be processed and transferred and more. Each major topic is broken down into individual chapters, providing readers with a comprehensive understanding of the subject.
Laura Keogh holds a bachelors in law from Trinity College Dublin and a masters in innovation technology and law from the University of Edinburgh. She obtained the title of Barrister-at-Law at the Honourable Society of the King’s Inns and currently works in a German-Irish law firm, where she focuses on data protection law.
Clarus Press is an independent legal publishing company with offices at Griffith College’s Dublin South Circular Road campus. Their publications include the Dublin University Law Journal, a leading legal peer-reviewed journal, and a range of leading student textbooks, such as Constitutional Law: Text Cases and Materials by Dr Oran Doyle, and practitioner titles including Cassidy on the Licensing Acts, Third Edition by Constance Cassidy SC. In addition, Clarus Press publish popular self-help legal texts for the general public, including titles such as Farming and the Law by Karen Walsh.