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Should GDPR prompt an enterprise IT shakeup? The case for hybrid cloud 0

Steve Lewis discusses the growing number of high profile data breaches in the UK and how businesses can shore up security ahead of GDPR. General Data Protection Regulation, or GDPR,

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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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In Images: World’s Biggest Data Breaches 0

A great illistration of the world’s biggest data breaches.

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Major Yahoo Data Breach. 1 Billion Accounts at Risk 0

Another Major Yahoo Data Breach – Data stolen from one billion users In 2016, Yahoo found two major data breaches.  The first incident was confirmed in September which involved the

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Verizon reconsiders purchasing Yahoo for $4.8 billion 0

Purchase is reconsidered following stolen data Following the announcement that one billion Yahoo account credentials had been stolen, Verizon is reconsidering purchasing Yahoo for $4.8 billion.  Verizon may bargain to

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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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Would you trade your personal information … for a pair of fake sunglasses? 0

Every Internet shopper has encountered at least one online store selling “big ticket” items at unbelievably low prices. Users do not need to search far and wide for websites offering

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10 Key Facts Businesses Need to Note About the GDPR 3

With less than two years before the new EU data protection rules come into force, there are key areas businesses need to focus on to ensure they will be compliant

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D-Day for GDPR is 25 May 2018 0

The European Parliament’s official publication of the General Data Protection Regulation means it will become enforceable on 25 May 2018 The European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into

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How the GPDR can help the European Digital Single Market (DSM) 0

These days the European Commission for the Digital Agenda is defining the recommendations and rules that will govern the Digital Single Market (DSM) of the twenty-eight European Countries. The purpose

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