We’re living in an increasingly digital world – that much is sure. But as more and more of our everyday transactions take place online, businesses and individuals face an increased risk of fraud. At the same time data breaches are becoming better targeted, as cyber attackers get sophisticated with their tactics and methods.
The result is that businesses become subject to ever more stringent compliance regulations, as part of the fraud fightback. It’s fair enough –
The clock is ticking on EU GDPR regulations, due to be enforced on 25th May 2018 and replacing the Data Protection Act of 1998. With the threat of big fines looming over non-compliant organisations, all businesses, including SMEs, must make sure they’re ready in time for the changes. Your GDPR plan-of-action should be well underway by now, but nonetheless, here’s our checklist to help you get prepared for compliance in the next few months:
The clock is ticking when it comes to EU GDPR compliance. With less than a year to go before it comes into effect, businesses around the world are revamping their data privacy posture to ensure they’re compliant with the regulations.
Earlier this year, it was confirmed that the forthcoming European data privacy directive would be transferred into UK law. So, despite Brexit, if you’re an organisation based in the UK, you still need to comply with
The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is playing on every IT Director’s mind. Which means it should be on yours, too. Businesses wanting to get their telecoms infrastructure ready for the May 25th, 2018 deadline will need all the help they can get from their suppliers.
The most notable impact the GDPR will have on your customers will be the two-tiered penalty structure that could see them fined up to €20 million in the event
Most of the conversation around the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) centres on the government and big business. But SMEs will feel the impact too.
With less than a year to prepare, it’s crucial to understand how the GDPR will affect SMEs and what needs to be done to ensure compliance…
Why big regulations matter for small businesses
Make no mistake, whatever the outcome of Brexit negotiations, it is all but guaranteed the UK will be adopting
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