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The International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP) have urged numerous organisations dealing with data about people in Europe to continue their efforts to adapt to the new standard and to train their staff way beyond May 25
New GDPR regulations are forcing HR professionals to think carefully about their data processes, ensure that they treat personal data correctly and plug any gaps in compliance
Andrew Davidson, Head of Marketing, Cyber Security EMEIA at Fujitsu shares his seasoned opinion on the EU’s new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and reveals that the devil is in the data.
A recent study held by online security manufacturer, Seareach discovered that the majority of staff are put off from working from home, due to security fears heightened by recent GDPR laws.
Plenty of UK businesses have admitted they aren't fully prepared for GDPR. With less than two weeks to go, Alastair Hartrup provides some last-minute advice to those business who may still be struggling
The General Data Protection Regulation, otherwise known as GDPR, will be implemented by the European Parliament and change the way businesses that operate in or have ties with Europe handle data forever. Not only that, but this new piece of legislation will influence the way we capture and handle CCTV footage
UK consumers to target businesses with onslaught of data privacy request following deadline for GDPR compliance
In the wake of the Cambridge Analytica/Facebook scandal, personal data has yet again become a diamond in the eyes of media. And with GDPR being less than one month away, it is time to really discuss who can access personal information and for what purposes
Will GDPR have a positive impact on your business? Sneha Paul, Product Consultant, ManageEngine says that the impending regulations will have five key benefits The impending General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is seen as a force of major disruption by so many businesses. The regulations which come into force on...
People who work in the legal sector are more likely than any other to ask for their personal data to be edited or deleted once the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into force, a survey has revealed
Jes Breslaw, director of strategy, EMEA at Delphix, gives advise on what needs to be considered to make test data GDPR compliant
Katherine Mathieson, Chief Executive of the British Science Association explores what we can learn from the GM story when introducing new technologies How do we get the public on board with big data? Technologies that have the power to improve our society can be rejected, because of the fears that...
Patrick Arben, partner at Gowling WLG reveals his thoughts on the ever-prevalent issue of cyber security Cyber security is certainly a digital risk that is ‘of the moment’ as recent headline attacks have helped to highlight the issue and bring it to the fore. Indeed, the rapid onset of the...
Jayne Goble, public sector security expert at PWC looks at what the General Data Protection Regulation means for cyber security and if we’re prepared
Andrew Cowling at Fujitsu Scanners outlines how local government could benefit from document management for efficiency gains and a reduction in costs
New data protection guidelines being set out by the government will allow British citizens to delete personal data.
iStorage Limited reveal their new diskAshur range, which consists of the most secure hard drives and solid state drives on the market
How can your business prepare for changes to GDPR? Liz Fitzsimons, Partner, Privacy and Information Law, Eversheds Sutherland (International) explains
With the introduction of GDPR, cyber security will top many business agendas over the next 12 months. RedSocks Security can help in the race for compliance When it comes to malware and advanced persistent threat (APT) protection, many organisations have a false sense of security. They believe they have secured...
For consumers, new data protection legislation offers increased privacy, but how will GDPR affect your business? The Information Commissioner’s Office explains The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) builds on the previous Data Protection Act, but provides more protections for consumers and more privacy considerations for organisations. It brings a more...