Health monitoring of returning workforces, widespread unemployment and job market disruption during 2020 are expected to trigger a surge in DSAR requests as the pandemic subsides.

The data subject access request, or DSAR, is the most widely exercised and arguably most notorious individual right afforded by the EU General Data Protection Regulation. As the world returns to some degree of normalcy following the COVID-19 pandemic, organizations with employees in the EU and UK should prepare for a likely rise in the frequency of DSARs from current and former employees.

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