Our world has transitioned from being surrounded by to being truly immersed in technology. That’s not to say that technology governs our lives, but rather acknowledging the significant role it plays; in the way we live (FitBit), communicate (Snapchat), travel (Tesla Autopilot) and even find love (Tinder). The result of
The EU General Data Protection Regulation will greatly enhance citizens’ data rights and cement the need for businesses to employ robust information security and data privacy policies and processes. The clock is ticking – are you up to the challenge?
Data and information lie at the very core of every business, and keeping informational assets protected is essential. Data breaches cause irreparable damage to a company’s reputation – the Poneman Institute reports the average cost of a breach is £2.4M.
Customers want to know they can trust your organisation to keep their private information safe, and you want to avoid the high costs and pain of a data breach.
The EU General Data Protection Regulation (EU GDPR) is soon to come into effect, strengthening and unifying the laws governing data protection and use.