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Who is collecting personal data & where does corporate responsibility lie?

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

The five key business benefits of GDPR

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...
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Legal professionals to take control of their personal data when GDPR comes in

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
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6 tips to make test data GDPR compliant

Jes Breslaw, director of strategy, EMEA at Delphix, gives advise on what needs to be considered to make test data GDPR compliant

Learning from the past: technologies from GM to big data

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...
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Is cyber security your biggest digital risk?

Patrick Arben, partner at Gowling WLG reveals his thoughts on the ever-prevalent issue of cyber security Cybersecurity 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 digital...
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Cyber security, GDPR and the public sector

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

Why local government should embrace technology

Andrew Cowling at Fujitsu Scanners outlines how local government could benefit from document management for efficiency gains and a reduction in costs
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Government set to extend UK data protection law

New data protection guidelines being set out by the government will allow British citizens to delete personal data.

iStorage introduce the most secure hard drives ever made

iStorage Limited reveal their new diskAshur range, which consists of the most secure hard drives and solid state drives on the market

Challenging the conventional packaging methods and materials

Angela Morris, CEO, The Wool Packaging Company Ltd talks about challenging pharmaceutical cold chain packaging convention.

An insight into the impact of GDPR in a global world

How can your business prepare for changes to GDPR? Liz Fitzsimons, Partner, Privacy and Information Law, Eversheds Sutherland (International) explains
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In GDPR, cyber security meets compliance

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...
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How will General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) affect your business?

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...
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A new chapter for privacy protection regulation in Europe

David Martin, Senior Legal Officer at the European Consumer Organisation, outlines what the new General Data Protection Regulation means for consumer trust On 5 May 2016 the new European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) was published in the European Union’s Official Journal, marking the end of a long and complex...

GDPR adopted: what now?

The European co-legislator reached an agreement on the General Data Protection Regulation in Strasbourg on the 15th December 2015. While the formal adoption still remains to happen, the rest of the world can start working on what it actually means. We will have two years to dissect these new rules,...

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