Tag: GDPR

Long road to achieving GDPR compliance still lies ahead

Long road to achieving GDPR compliance still lies ahead

A survey of 1,263 IT professionals conducted by the Ponemon Institute, on behalf of the law firm McDermott Will & Emery LLP, suggests that even some of the best laid plans to comply with the General Data Protection Rule (GDPR)...

/ September 17, 2019
Helping SMBs comply with GDPR and other privacy laws

Helping SMBs comply with GDPR and other privacy laws

As cybersecurity incidents continue to increase globally, governments are starting to step in to protect their citizen’s personally identifiable information (PII). GDPR went into effect in the EU last year and the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), which is set to launch on...

/ September 16, 2019
Number of data protection officers increases dramatically in wake of GDPR

Number of data protection officers increases dramatically in wake of GDPR

It seems that a chief data protection officer is not only an official job responsibility, it’s a necessity. It’s estimated there are now more than half a million data protection officers in Europe alone, one year after the General Data...

/ July 4, 2019
Worldwide popularity of GDPR on the rise

Worldwide popularity of GDPR on the rise

The first anniversary of a move by the European Union to impose a General Data Protection Rule (GDPR) arrives at the end of this week. GDPR was enacted to protect the digital rights of anyone doing business with a company...

/ May 21, 2019
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GDPR: Surely everyone has dealt with it by now … right?

GDPR: Surely everyone has dealt with it by now … right?

The European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation is a regulation in EU law stipulating how organisations must deal with data to ensure that individuals are protected, and that individuals can more easily determine what data an organisation holds about them. It became...

/ July 11, 2018
GDPR to Force Long Overdue Data Management Conversation

GDPR to Force Long Overdue Data Management Conversation

One of the more intriguing aspects of the General Data Protection Rule (GDPR) implemented by the European Union is that organizations are required to appoint a chief data protection officer. That person doesn’t necessarily need to have that formal title....

/ June 14, 2018
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The end of the GDPR beginning creates new opportunities for MSPs

The end of the GDPR beginning creates new opportunities for MSPs

A new report published by IBM this week suggests the General Data Protection Rule (GDPR) being put into effect May 25 will ultimately transform how most organizations manage data. The survey of 1,500 GDPR leaders, conducted by the IBM Institute...

/ May 17, 2018
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Demand for external GDPR expertise starts to increase

Demand for external GDPR expertise starts to increase

With less than a month to go before organizations are required to comply with the General Data Protection Rule (GDPR) that the European Union has pledged to enforce starting May 25, it appears organizations are finally reaching out to external...

/ May 2, 2018
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Confidence in ability to meet GDPR mandates rides high

Confidence in ability to meet GDPR mandates rides high

Right about now inquiries from customers concerned about their ability to comply with the General Data Protection Rule (GDPR) that is set to implemented by the European Union on May 25 should be skyrocketing. But as is often the case, most...

/ April 17, 2018
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Awareness of GDPR rights builds slowly in the EU

Awareness of GDPR rights builds slowly in the EU

The first major issue many IT organizations will confront in the new year is the need to comply with the General Data Protection Rule (GDPR) that goes into effect in the European Union (EU) in 142 days. Scheduled to go into...

/ January 2, 2018