A recent IDC survey indicated that GDPR is confusing. Why is this? Just under 90 pages long, the regulations aren’t that large; the document is certainly no
The challenge with GDPR is that it cuts across just about everything modern organizations do, & it forces business to think about things it previously hasn’t had to.
The winds of change are blowing stronger when it comes to compliance and, in particular, around privacy.
As we bid farewell to 2017, many people reflect on the past year and plan for change in the new year.
Even those who place their ear to the ground infrequently will have heard of GDPR , the stringent EU privacy regulations set for enforcement beginning next May.
In part 2 of this blog, Patrick McGrath continues the discussion of the connection between ransomware breaches and data privacy.
In one year, the GDPR will become law in the European Union (EU). This regulation is the strictest personal data privacy regulation in the world.
This Thursday marks the one-year countdown until the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into effect, and the interest in the upcoming legislation is intensifying.
News sources have been extremely active over the last week with emerging details of the ‘WannaCry’ global ransomware attacks, using vulnerabilities taken from the National Security Agency of the United States.
Are you at the precipice of defeat when it comes to the thought of ransomware? Does the chaos that will likely ensue after a ransomware attack keep you away from your core business focus?
Last week at London’s ExCel Centre was the one of the world’s largest dedicated cloud events, Cloud Expo Europe.