Better guidance for companies to comply with the GDPR? 0

Even if companies are aware of the GDPR coming up, many still seem to be lost on how to be compliant. It’s one thing to raise awareness about the Regulation,

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Expert’s Thoughts – Mr Millennial: A revelation 0

So I would like to start by saying I am a younger member of society. I was plunged head first into the chaos that is GDPR through my current line

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EVENT: GDPR and the Boardroom Webinar 0

GDPR and the Boardroom: Does it affect my organisation and what should I do? In case you missed it, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into force in May

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Cybersecurity Tips For Smaller Businesses 0

Small businesses and self-employed people are big targets for hackers, and the financial implications can be crippling. Gone are the days of thinking “It’ll never happen to us”. A total

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European Cyber Threat Summit 2017 0

The European Cyber Threat Summit will be held in Dublin on Oct 24th at the Helix Conference Centre. Topics covered will range from protecting your business from ransomware to how

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Deloitte hit by data breach 0

Corporate finance giant Deloitte suffered a cyber-attack that compromised confidential data, including the private emails of some of its clients, the company has confirmed. Its system had been accessed via

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Our Pick of the Week: 2017 Privacy Tech Vendor Directory 0

This week’s resource that grabbed our attention was Iapp’s Tech Vendor Directory. The directory provides a comprehensive list of companies that provide technology services and solutions. Companies are listed in

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Will the GDPR really affect companies based outside of the EU? 0

We know that the General Data Protection Regulation has an extraterritorial effect, meaning that it will apply to companies based outside of the EU if they hold the data of

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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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Updated Equifax statement 0

An ICO spokesperson said: “It is always a company’s responsibility to identify UK victims and take steps to reduce any harm to consumers. The Information Commissioner’s Office have been pressing

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