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Should the GDPR expect companies to know if they’ve had a data breach? 0

There have been a number of big data breaches in recent years, including Yahoo, TalkTalk and, most recently, Equifax. In each of these cases, it seems the companies were not

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Is the GDPR an opportunity for companies to step up? 0

Instead of viewing the General Data Protection Regulation as a chore for companies to comply with, perhaps it is an

How big or small will the first GDPR fine be? 0

One of the biggest points to note about the General Data Protection Regulation is the potential of massive fines. It

Can breaches through hacking really be prevented? 0

‘Hackers vs cybersecurity’ is like an evolutionary arms race between cats and mice. As the mice become faster and better

Guide to Privacy and Electronic Communications Regulations 0

About the Guide to Privacy and Electronic Communications Regulations This guide is for organisations that wish to send electronic marketing

10 Things to Know to Plan for and Survive a GDPR Audit 0

Imagine, for a moment, you arrive home from your vacation and find your house has been broken into and that

Eight Steps To The GDPR Countdown 0

One year from now, the recently passed regulation known as “GDPR” (General Data Protection Regulation) goes into effect. While EU-specific,

OMG!!! Only 345 Working Days to GDPR… (but what is it and what does it mean?) 0

The General Data Protection Regulation is the new legislation replacing the current Data Protection Act, becoming a new citizen’s charter

GDPR Thought of the Day: The longest journey starts with a single step 0

So most people now have done, or are doing their GDPR assessment, yet they already know where they are weak.

DataIQ Research Report: Data Supression & Compliance with GDPR 0

This research report outlines why data suppression is key to compliance with the incoming General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Suppression

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Where will regulators focus first? 0

Will regulators wait for companies to ‘confess’ their data breaches? Or will they actively seek out companies that are not compliant? I’m sure no company wants to be the first

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Data Breaches – Are we all doomed? 0

As the Equifax data breach and associated insider trading fiasco continues to evolve, it threatens to be the most damaging

If Yahoo couldn’t prevent a massive breach, then who can? 0

It took years for Yahoo to identify the breach of over a billion users during 2013 and 2014. Given that

To report or not report? 0

Imagine next year, after the General Data Protection Regulation is enforced, a company identifies that there has been a data

Are companies being set up to breach the GDPR? 0

It’s unlikely that 100% of all companies affected by the General Data Protection Regulation will be fully prepared for the

RESOURCE: Pocket Guide to GDPR 0

We’ve stumbled across this handy little guide. Gain a clear understanding of the GDPR with this essential pocket guide, which

The GDPR Guru Blog: Privacy by Design 0

The GDPR regulation calls for Privacy by Design, but doesn’t explain what Privacy by Design means, which in turn means

The GDPR Guru Blog: GDPR – if I delete my customer database then that will fix it! 1

When the pub chain JD Wetherspoons recently announced that it had fixed its GDPR problem by deleting their customer data

Preparing for the GDPR – Personal Data and Assessment 0

An overview suitable for all organisations, including start-ups, small and medium sized businesses, charities and non-profit organisations. Complying with the

Getting ready for the GDPR 0

The General Data Protection Regulation will be enforced from mid-2018. Non-compliance could lead to fines of up to €20 million

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