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GDPR 4 per cent excellent won’t be ‘loaded shotgun dismissed off left, right and centre’ predicts Hounslow Council information manager

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GDPR spells a finish of programmatic promotion as we know it

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GDPR: Some organisations are looking brazen to it; for others it’s a ‘pain in a bum’

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GDPR: Some organisations are looking forward to it; for others it’s a ‘pain in the bum’

Some organisations are looking forward to the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation, which will introduce stricter security requirements and larger fines for data breaches, whilst others are more fearful of the consequences. That’s one of the conclusions to come out of Computing‘s recent Cybersecurity Strategy Briefing ‘Keeping up with evolving cyber threats’, aimed at the financial sector. Speaking at the ... Read More »

Who cares about Directives? Why UK companies will advantage from a harmonisation of trade tip law

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GDPR: What to do with opposing legislation

Some IT leaders are confronting a wily doubt over what to do with their information once a EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into force in May 2018. However, there are some experts who advise that a law is already in force, and firms need to approve with a supplies immediately, or risk large fines. The GDPR contains supplies ... Read More »

GDPR: It’s IT’s pursuit to know it, and explain it to a business

One of a long-term aims of IT departments should be to know a imminent EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), and find a approach to interpret a mandate into denunciation business leaders can understand. That’s a opinion of Ray Bricknell, handling executive of consultancy Behind Every Cloud, vocalization as partial of a new Computing web seminar ‘Cloud brew and match, removing ... Read More »

Beware ‘fake news’ on GDPR, warns correspondence counsel Jonathan Armstrong

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How to safeguard your organisation is GDPR compliant? Start with existent standards

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Get articulate to your third celebration cloud storage partners now, as GDPR is coming

Computing reminded a craving of some of a stickier points of GDPR this week, after appearing on HelpSystems’ web convention Preparing for GDPR: The First Steps to GDPR Compliance. As host Donnie MacColl, executive of EMEA technical services during HelpSystems, worked his approach by GDPR’s “eight rights”, Computing‘s Peter Gothard granted explanation on a realities of complying with a regulations, ... Read More »

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