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Companies that will slip through the GDPR net 0

Is it worth EVERY company making an effort to meet all of the General Data Protection Regulation requirements? Being prepared requires allocating resources to research the requirements, carry out assessments

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EVENT: Understanding data protection and GDPR 0

Understanding data protection and GDPR Date 23 November 2017 Type Event Location London The ICO’s James Hayward will be speaking at Understanding data protection and GDPR

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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 legal requirements by May 2018. Although many larger companies may

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Can RegTech keep up with FinTech and Data Protection requirements? 0

FinTech refers to ‘Financial Technology’ that has been growing over the previous decades. In the past, people had to go to the bank to take out cash or make a

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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 General Data Protection Regulation is … This contect is protected

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EVENT: Creating your Organization’s Plan 0

A Not-So Normal Webinar on GDPR: Creating your Organization’s Plan About this webinar The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is less than a year away from taking effect with all

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EVENT: Global Cyber Security & Data Protection Summit 0

As you are reading this on your smart phone or laptop, you might be already at the risk of an unknown Cyber-attack! Are you Cyber Hygiene? Today we encounter computing

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Google DeepMind NHS medical trial broke UK privacy law 0

A UK hospital did not do enough to protect the privacy of patients when it shared data with Google, the UK’s Information Commission (ICO) has ruled. The ICO censured the

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Cyber-attack was about data and not money, say experts 0

The Petya malware variant that hit businesses around the world may not have been an attempt to make money, suspect security experts. The malicious program demanded a payment to unlock

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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 thieves have absconded with your personal property (including that irreplaceable

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