The UK government is preparing for a possible no-deal Brexit, and so should its resident exporters. Failing to get their paperwork ready could mean fines from EU clients and terminations of trade contracts. Furthermore, exporters risk damaging relations with UK suppliers, who will also face the reverberations via delayed payments.
With fines increasing but no sign of data breaches slowing, what can business leaders do to protect their companies?
New research highlights a black-hole in liabilities cover in businesses, and this could be fatal following a ‘no-deal’ Brexit.
Using an average weekly salary, RAM Tracking has been able to model different estimated fines to work out which industries the new speeding regulations affected most.
With new data regulations less than a month away from taking effect, our GDPR doctor Neil Larkins explains what happens if a firm is found guilty of a data breach.
With GDPR now only one month away from coming into effect, Real Business’s first webinar of 2018 focussed on what British business owners need to do to avoid costly fines and penalties under the new data protection rules.
If you discover bribery or fraud in your organisation, is it best to notify the Serious Fraud Office, which has long encouraged self-reporting? You might think the answer is straightforward. The reality, however, is more complex and nuanced.
If your company has failed to implement basic cyber security, and your website takes a hit, then the Information Commissioner’s Office can hand you a cyber attack fine.
May 2018 will see the implementation of GDPR. This new legislation will change businesses’ legal responsibilities in the management of data – and being legally compliant will help you avoid some hefty fines.
We are less than one year away from the EU’s new data protection law, which begs the question of whether businesses are GDPR ready. Sarah Thompson of McGuireWoods summarises where we are now and provides some fast facts.
Legal expert Dan Hyde, partner at Pennington Manches and the founder of CyberCounsel, explains why GDPR compliance is not something that can be ignored by British businesses, just because we’re leaving the EU.
After an investigation by Ofcom, BT will be fined £42m for reducing compensation payments to other providers after late installations of ethernet services.