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New data protection laws are not at odds with regulatory requirements imposed on companies in the financial services sector, two UK authorities have said
The UK Data Protection Bill is due to come into force this year, ahead of the EU General Data Protection Regulation in May 2018 - we look at the differences between the two
As the clock ticks down to the deadline to comply with the EU’s new data protection regulations, some surveys indicate there is still some confusion, but the focus has shifted from the sanctions to the benefits
DMA Group, which is working to produce a single set of guidance on customer communications across the marketing sector, recognises the GDPR is a risk-based regulation that balances the customer’s right to privacy with the legitimate interest of companies and public sector departments.
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) and the Information Commissioners Office (ICO) have today published an update on the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
European firms are set to continue to invest in data protection for a third consecutive year – with the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) compliance deadline on 25 May 2018
With just four months to go before the General Data Protection Regulation compliance deadline, there is a growing anxiety in many parts of the regulated community that their GDPR plans may not be fit for purpose
A quarter of businesses will not be able to meet the GDPR's 72-hour data breach notification window, while only 18 percent have a plan in place to notify customers if their data is breached
Telecommunication provider Swisscom has downplayed a data breach affecting around 800,000 customers, but security experts warn of potential long-term risks
The failure to protect customer data is set to create long-term business problems for organisations in Europe and the US, a survey reveals
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