Computer Weekly Buyer's Guide to data security
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As the smartphone phenomenon has taken off, chief information security officers have needed to rethink what personal computing security really means –especially as the European Commission seeks to harmonise data protection law across EU member states.  Access >>>

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  • How CISOs can keep up security best practice in a threat landscape in flux
  • Adapting to new data rules
  • How to navigate the EU data reforms
  • The issues businesses must consider to comply with EU data regulation

 

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