Companies must lean about Jamaica’s Data Protection Act

  • Companies that fail to adequately protect customers’ data could be fined up to four per cent of their revenue in the next two years.
  • For instance, it will now require organisations to have defined policies to let people know how they are processing their private data and to highlight those likely to be responsible in the event of a breach.
  • Other territories in the region with data protection laws include Barbados, St Lucia and the Cayman Islands.
  • Jamica’s Data Protection Act underscores how personal data should be collected, processed, stored, used and disclosed in physical or electronic form.



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