Eight months after the landmark rules came into effect, data released by the European Commission provides a glimpse into the law’s application
France’s data protection watchdog issues the first major penalty under the EU’s new privacy regime
The country’s first fine under GDPR is lower than might have been expected, however, as the company was acknowledged for its post-incident cooperation and enhanced security measures
What impact has the new data protection directive had on businesses so far?
Learn what businesses need to be mindful of with the new legislation
It's almost here but what are the legal ramifications of the incoming legislation for businesses
With the deadline fast approaching, SMBs are reminded of what is required to become compliant
The answer may hinge on if you're a glass-half-full or glass-half-empty kind of person. While we’re at it, how about regulators’ level of preparedness, anyway?
While this may sound daunting and the consequences of non-compliance are significant, it’s considered unlikely that regulators will make an example of small businesses that can demonstrate they have a plan and have attempted to comply fully with requirements.
The countdown is on. In just over eight months’ time, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will come into force and this will have huge implications for businesses.
General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) together with the growing number of data breaches are the most pressing reasons why small and medium businesses are implementing data protection technologies – including encryption.
Encryption can be the answer to many data security issues faced by small and medium businesses. Apart from protecting sensitive information from unauthorized use,this technology can also represent another step towards compliance with legislation.