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GDPR is about a new way of doing things that businesses can use to their advantage, and cyber security is a key element, according to the Information Commissioner’s Office
A growing number of organisations consider the GDPR to be an opportunity to improve the way they handle data privacy and security, while leaders are using it as an opportunity for full business transformation
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will take effect on the 25th May and in support of that the NCSC has worked with the ICO to develop a set of GDPR Security Outcomes.
UK Information Commissioner Elizabeth Denham has moved to dispel the two most common myths that, she says, are being associated with the coming GDPR legislation that will be enforceable from May 25.
There are at least three considerations shaping the human impact of GDPR – tone at the top, execution in the middle, and employee and contractor implications at the other end.
The EU’s General Data Protection Regulation is set to raise the bar internationally for data protection and should be embraced to remain competitive
Companies are getting faster at disclosing breaches, but the average is still too high in the light of the GDPR and other breach disclosure regulations
The London-based data mining firm at the heart of the Facebook data exploitation scandal has announced it is closing, but the ICO says the probe into its actions will still go ahead
Cyber criminals use three main methods of operation to steal commercial data. Understanding their mind-set can help organisations put the right defences in place
Senior executives are already well-acquainted with the growing importance of scrupulous data management and protection, but a new regulation set to take effect May 25, 2018, adds unprecedented urgency to that imperative.
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