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More than half of UK businesses still not fully aware of EU GDPR 0

Despite the pending regulations being widely publicised, only 47 percent of UK businesses are fully aware of the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) LogRhythm, Gigamon and ForeScout Technologies joined

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Encryption “critical” for GDPR but many deterred by complexity 0

Three quarters of organisations plan to expand their data protection capabilities with encryption as GDPR deadline looms. The study polled the views of almost 165 IT decision makers and influencers,

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2017 IT investments ahead of GDPR 0

UK and European firms to continue investing in data protection European firms will continue to invest in data protection ahead of the General Data Protection Regulation enforcement in May 2018. 

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Information Commissioner’s Office prepare for GDPR 0

Elizabeth Denham’s keynote speech on GDPR The UK’s Information Commissioner, Elizabeth Denham, spoke at the National Association of Data Protection and Freedom of Information Officers (NADPO) Annual Conference on 21

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GDPR’s global reach to require at least 75,000 DPOs worldwide 0

A study by the International Association of Privacy Professionals has conservatively estimated that in response to the upcoming General Data Protection Regulation, 75,000 DPO positions will be created in response

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A Primer on the GDPR: What You Need to Know 1

Now that it’s been approved by the EU Parliament’s Civil Liberties Committee, Europe’s General Data Protection Regulation (the “GDPR” or the “Regulation”) is well on its way to replacing the

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How the NHS Should Prepare for the EU GDPR 2

Government Officials in the UK have been facing ongoing backlash over their ability to protect citizen information following a string of data breaches over the past few years. Most recently,

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Data Protection as a Competitive Differentiator – Getting Ready for the General Data Protection Regulation 1

“…For many online offerings which are presented or perceived as being ‘free’, personal information operates as a sort of indispensable currency used to pay for those services. As well as

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