EU General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR)

The European Union's General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) are due to come into force in May 2018 with the aim of strengthening and unifying data protection for individuals across the EU. Whether your organization is based within the European Union or not, if you hold personal information of people who are, then you will need to ensure you are compliant or potentially face fines of up to 4% of your annual worldwide turnover, or €20 million, whichever is greater.

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One in four UK workers have maliciously leaked business data
A significant number of workers have purposefully shared confidential business information outside their organisation (24%), typically to competitors, or new
Over half of UK SMEs still unfamiliar with the GDPR
More than half (55%) of UK small businesses are still not familiar with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), despite its introduction being now less than a
US and UK businesses lagging in GDPR compliance efforts
TrustArc has just announced the results from a survey conducted by Dimensional Research that gauges how prepared UK businesses are to comply with the European Union’s
Security and skills the top concerns for companies investing in new tech
Over the next five years, the top three technologies that are set to move from the fringes to the business mainstream are Artificial Intelligence
Poor passwords leaving organisations vulnerable to hackers
A study conducted by Cyber Security Europe has shown that nearly a quarter of people (23%) routinely use either their name or date of birth as their online passwords.
A quarter of UK consumers eye up potential GDPR compensation pay-outs
Simple curiosity, the lure of compensation pay-outs, and the chance to get their own back on companies who might have treated them badly: these are