Gavin Siggers

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Gavin SiggersGavin Siggers is an information governance and records management expert with over twenty years’ experience as both a practitioner and consultant. As the Director for Professional Services at Iron Mountain, he leads the information governance advisory practice for Europe. He is a board member for the UK Chapter of ARMA International and was previously the European Region Director. In addition, he is a mentor for the Information and Records Management Society. Siggers specializes in leading clients through the development of information management strategies and a usable governance framework for their information assets that takes account of business, legal and regulatory requirement. He has worked across industry verticals throughout Europe and the USA, delivering strategic business side consultancy in information governance and system design, implementation and training.



Articles by Gavin Siggers

Expert Comments on EU-US Privacy Shield

Following the recent approval of the EU-US Privacy Shield, Gavin Siggers, Director of Professional Services at Iron Mountain commented below. He addresses the way in which the new policy will guide US and EU organisations in storing, sharing and protecting the personal data of EU citizens, whilst also highlighting the economic importance of this policy to the …

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Getting Your Records GDPR-Ready

A lot can happen in two years. By 2018 we are expected to have witnessed the first human head transplant, Adobe Flash is predicted to be no more, the UK may or may not have left the EU and the flow of data into organisations will have increased by as much as five-fold, according to IDC. Another significant …

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Expert comment: Tips to ensure you’re GDPR-ready

Organisations of all sizes now have less than two years before the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) deadline. The deadline for organisations to meet new regulations around the treatment of personally identifiable information (PII), combined with expected volumes in data growth, could have huge implications for any business that  processes personal data. Here to comment on …

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The Well-Intentioned Threat of Data Protection and Privacy?

The Well-Intentioned Threat of Data Protection and Privacy?

At the end of last year, the European Parliament and Council reached agreement on the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) proposed by the European Commission. The new rules, which will come into force in early 2018, represent the greatest change to data protection legislation since the dawn of the Internet. They will affect any organisation …

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