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Insulate Magazine Ecobuild 2018 Special Edition

Ecobuild 2018 special edition of Insulate Magazine, featuring Insulate exclusive articles and excellent insulation insight from Mauer, BBA, Insulation Superstore, Isover, NIA, Netsezch, 3M, IMA, Quinn, MIMA,

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ecobuild The future of the built environment is here 06-08 March 2018 / ExCeL, London Timber Concrete Infrastructure Green & Blue Infrastructure Offsite Energy & HVAC Building Performance District Energy Presenting the futurebuild districts The ‘must go’ event in the construction industry calendar for forward thinking professionals and influencers. ecobuild 2018 will present the latest technology, the freshest thinking and materials to keep you at the forefront of the industry. The centrepiece will be the comprehensive conference programme curated by top industry fi gures. Surrounding this will be a series of futurebuild districts, each exploring a di erent aspect of the built environment. Be part of something special +44 (0)20 3011 2540 info@ecobuild.co.uk www.ecobuild.co.uk #ecobuild #ecobuild /ecobuildnow /ecobuildnow /ecobuild_now ecobuild-uk SUPPORTED BY

The only independent insulation industry trade magazine Essential Insight GDPR General Data Protection Regulation The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will affect every organisation that collects, handles or processes any form of data where an individual is personally identifiable. It covers employee, supplier, client and prospect and marketing data – from the Post Room to the Board Room. The new legislation comes into force on 25th May, 2018 and replaces the current Data Protection Act. In basic terms, it is an upgrade and gives individuals far more control over how organisations can use, store or transfer their data. It requires organisations to be more transparent and accountable regarding their use and handling of personal data. There is a lot of miss-guided information circulating, which should be addressed: Brexit means nothing. The Data Protection Bill is going through Parliament and this will be known as the Data Protection Act 2017. Compliance with the current Data Protection Act, or being ISO certified does not render you compliant with GDPR – there are marked differences. GDPR is not Y2K all over again. GDPR compliance is a Regulation - a legal requirement - with the potential for fines to be administered in the event of non-compliance. There are three key terms to consider when preparing for GDPR. Accountability – you will need to document and account for all data you have in-house and decisions you make in the GDPR preparation process. If you can document and justify your legal basis for processing, then this is your case for retaining the data. Transparency – be open and transparent with the data subject as to what you will be doing with the data and why. What third parties will have access to the data? Trust – if you achieve the accountability and transparency stages, then you gain the trust of the data subject. The benefits of getting it right and embracing GDPR are huge www.insulatenetwork.com 35

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