Brazil’s National Data Protection Authority (ANPD) is proposing an adaptation of the current data protection rules or small and medium businesses. ANPD Director Arthur Pereira Sabbat said the authority is structuring a first draft of the rules. He said the goal is to adapt the rules so small and medium enterprises can comply with the GDPR at a minimal level. A survey by RD Station of SMEs said the biggest problem is finding complete and objective information on the subject, while 20% mentioned the lack of access to tools to adapt to the requirements. Lack of technical knowledge of the legal team appeared in 13% of responses, while the lack of resources to adapt to the LGPD was the main reason for non-compliance for 8% of those polled.