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  • May 25, 2018 25 May'18

    Commitment is the watchword on GDPR D-Day

    New rules for protecting European citizens’ personal data are now enforceable by law, and organisations are being advised to focus broadly on commitment rather than narrowly on compliance

  • May 24, 2018 24 May'18

    Stronger rules on data protection by EU institutions agreed

    On the eve of the GDPR compliance deadline, European politicians agree new rules to strengthen data protection in EU organisations

  • May 24, 2018 24 May'18

    Security experts weigh in on GDPR checklists

    Security experts give their views on what final checks businesses should be doing on the eve of the General Data Protection Regulation compliance deadline, while a survey reveals almost half of Brits have not heard of it

  • May 24, 2018 24 May'18

    New UK Data Protection Act not welcomed by all

    Legislation makes the UK one of the first countries to implement the GDPR in local law, but some have criticised it as a “lost opportunity”

  • May 21, 2018 21 May'18

    ICO could use new GDPR powers in Facebook probe

    UK privacy watchdog is considering using new powers in its investigation of Facebook, while the government is considering new laws to police social media firms

  • May 18, 2018 18 May'18

    Most UK marketers GDPR ready, but not all firms have a plan

    Most UK marketers believe they are ready for GDPR, but a worrying number believe their employers may not be, as businesses are urged to embrace the positives a week before the compliance deadline

  • May 18, 2018 18 May'18

    BYOD in UK SMEs linked to security incidents

    Bring your own device practices have been identified as a cyber security risk for six in 10 SMEs in research published a week ahead of the GDPR compliance deadline

  • May 18, 2018 18 May'18

    Use GDPR to propel business forward, says ICO

    GDPR is about a new way of doing things that businesses can use to their advantage, and cyber security is a key element, according to the Information Commissioner’s Office

  • May 17, 2018 17 May'18

    GDPR impact on Whois data raising concern

    The negative impact of the GDPR on internet domain registration information is raising concern in cyber security circles because the data is key to cyber crime fighting operations

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