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In this whitepaper, co-authored by the GDPR Institut and Pushfor, we look at the most traditional way that businesses communicate and distribute content, often highly sensitive and confidential, and the business risk that this creates. Typically, content is ‘sent’ using
Building the GDPR into Software The General Data Protection Regulation requires companies to assess and review their data processes, including what type of data is held, who can access it and how it … This contect is protected for subscribers
Meeting the new requirements Many companies already have data policies and procedures in place to comply with the current Data Protection Act. The General Data Protection Regulation, that is expected… This contect is protected for subscribers only. Please log in
Large companies like Yahoo and LinkedIn reported significant data breaches in the recent past, affecting the personal data of millions of users. When companies are the victims of such cyber attacks, i… This contect is protected for subscribers only. Please
Preparing for the GDPR Many aspects of data The General Data Protection Regulation will be in force from May 2018. It applies to all EU Member States and to companies across the world with EU citize… This contect is protected
A new regulation The General Data Protection Regulation will be coming into force in May 2018. The new regulation requires companies to obtain explicit consent from customers for what purpose and how… This contect is protected for subscribers only. Please
New rules for banking and insurance sectors A new cybersecurity regulation came into effect on 1st of March in New York. The requirements aim to address the threat of hacking by ensuring adequate defences are in place. Steps include developing
New tools to be introduced to flag potential false stories Facebook announced tests to identify fake news in the US in December 2016. This is now being expanded with tools being introduced in Germany to identify potential fake news stories.
The big technology trends Technology is always moving at a fast pace, and 2017 will be no exception. Some trends to look out for this year include: Cybersecurity Artificial Intelligence Augmented and Virtual Reality Automation Cybersecurity has been a big
10 steps to implement the GDPR The General Data Protection Regulation will strengthen the data privacy rights of individuals and harmonise the fragmented rules across the EU. There are many aspects f… This contect is protected for subscribers only. Please