As promised at the end of 2016, this week the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) published its update on what guidance organisations can expect both from the ICO and the Article 29 Working Party (WP29) during 2017 to assist with compliance with the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). The guidance is to be centralised in the ICO’s new “Overview of the GDPR”, which is described as a living document which will be updated as new guidance is produced. The Overview currently includes links to the WP29’s recent guidance on data portability, identifying a lead establishment and the role of the Data Protection Officer. The “what to expect when” page sets out the WP29’s work plan for 2017, which includes upcoming guidance on fines, high risk processing and Data Protection Impact Assessments, certification, profiling, consent, transparency, data breach reporting and international transfers. The ICO aims to publish guidance on “contracts and liability” and consent early in 2017.