We've had training to do at work about GDPR. Amongst the dullness, there is some very powerful legislation. If you want to annoy some big companies that you don't have an account with or they have given bad customer service previously, GDPR them. You'll cause merry hell as I can guarantee a lot of organisations say they are prepared, but aren't.
Yes multiple meetings at the college I work at, they are seriously freeking out about this, boring as hell for me though
I.E you lose your moblie/laptop and it has work stuff on it, that's a breach and has to be reported it to the ICO
Just tell me the policy and I will adhere to it, I don't want to sit through a s**t load of meetings on it.
For all of it's hype some elements of it are really important. I handle some very 'sensitive' information which, if it got into the wrong hands, could be used in all sorts of unpleasant ways. As a consequence of GDPR I shall no longer be storing it under my bed!