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10 Quick Facts you need to know about GDPR - Logo

10 Quick Facts you need to know about GDPR

1. It is an EU regulation as of 27 April 2016. Which gives EU citizens additional privacy and rights http://eur-lex.europa.eu/legal-content/EN/TXT/HTML/?uri=CELEX:32016R0679&from=EN 2. GDPR is legally enforceable from 25 My 2018 3. GDPR imposes higher fines – 4% annual global revenue or 20m euro, whichever is greater. Non-EU companies that process individual data will need to comply. […]

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Be more GDPR compliant– tune up your Next Generation Firewall? - Business

Be more GDPR compliant– tune up your Next Generation Firewall?

Does effective cyber security protection and GDPR compliance mean that existing solutions will need replacing? That depends on what you have deployed and how you have configured it. The changing nature of the cyber security threat does call for an agile and adaptable protection approach that will increasingly make use of automation and machine learning. In addition, the requires of GDPR […]

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Is Cyber Security still a Maze? - Information security

Is Cyber Security still a Maze?

I attended Infosec2018 this week at London Olympia. It was a vibrant event as you can imagine with every exhibitor enthusiastic to promote their wares. They were also eager to grab your details with their ‘GDPR compliant’ badge scanner. As a technologist of too many years to mention (I started in IT when 5-inch floppy […]

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GDPR compliance: technology and data handling explained - Laptop

GDPR compliance: technology and data handling explained

The GDPR regulation is ultimately about good data/information management and governance. Though many organisations acknowledged previous iterations of data protection regulation, GDPR demands that everyone step up their game and take responsibility or face severe consequences. The innovative use of technology aligned with the data handling processes and procedures will go a long way to […]

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Checklist: GDPR Test Your Readiness - Development plan

Checklist: GDPR Test Your Readiness

GDPR requires organisations to have a plan along with the necessary process and controls to detect a data breach, regularly evaluate the effectiveness of security practices, and document evidence of compliance. This checklist is an easy way of seeing how prepared you are to meet these new requirements Download: GDPR Self assessment

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