Legal teams will need to be omnipresent through the creation and evaluation of GDPR strategies, as the regulation can impose big fines to companies that fail to comply with the regulatory changes.
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is the new EU-wide data protection framework that sweeps away the patchwork of individual country laws.
The incoming General Data Protection Regulation needs to be front of mind for everyone, from the CEO, CIO and CISO down to line of business teams.
CIOs need to work in unison with senior management to make sure their business is compliant with the General Data Protection Regulation by May 2018. Here’s how they get started.
Whilst GDPR data breach fines look set to hurt non-compliant companies, they will also help to encourage good security governance.
The EU’s forthcoming General Data Protection Regulation offers plenty of challenges to CIOs and CISOs – but opportunity too, says David Kemp.
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR's) Right to Be Forgotten gives stronger privacy protection to citizens but means businesses need to act now if they are to avoid major fines.
Coming into full effect on 25 May 2018, businesses operating in Europe must comply with a legislation that promises a dramatic overhaul to existing data protection legislation.
The EU’s General Data Protection Regulation comes into effect on 25 May 2018 and could be good news for CISOs and early adopters, and a wake-up for SMEs and industry laggards.
With GDPR coming into effect in little over a year, companies should be making real inroads into their preparation.