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A. Ashe and C. Lewis - two kings of the training

By Marc Ansoult

Win a sprint, a match or just participate? At Exquando we say that the GDPR is not a sprint with May 25 as the finish line or a match to win a tender. It is said that the GDPR is about information governance and that governance is more like a sport than a race.

It is also said that information governance starts with self-governance. It's the preparation. As in sport, we do not win without preparation and as in sport, everything is finally a matter of respect and spirit.

The GDPR is a component of governance, requires preparation and is there for years to come. Nobody is too confident, it's hot in the meeting rooms, everyone is getting ready.

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