Zero-knowledge is an alternative name for private, end-to-end encryption. Here’s why that matters to your business.
Surveillance is a great way to enhance the security of your business. It not only lets you keep a watchful eye on your premises, but also acts as a visual deterrent to potential intruders. For small business owners, a burglary can have a substantial financial (as well as emotional) impact.
There is no quick fix available to become GDPR compliant. Big businesses continue to be hit with massive fines as we speak. So employers large and small must continue to invest in ways to remain ‘data ethical’ in 2019 and beyond. Using my experience in data intelligence, I suggest five key areas businesses should be looking at to achieve GDPR compliance.
Since the GDPR began to be enforced in May 2018, consumers have been given more control than ever before over the communications they receive and which brands can market to them. For many small businesses, the online marketing space is now wrapped in uncertainty. Is it time to rethink mail?
Joe Collinwood at Cysure explains how cyber security and GDPR starts with people and processes, not costly consultancy or complicated technology.
Jonathan Hemus, managing director of Insignia, highlights the reputational impact that cyber attacks can have on an organisation, particularly in the light of GDPR.
After Cambridge Analytica and the rollout of GDPR, many companies are scrambling to fill the role of Data Protection Officer (DPO). Delphix’s Eric Schrock gives advice on finding the right person for the job.
The advantages of expanding overseas are vast but things can quickly go wrong. Here, Rick Hammell, the CEO of Elements Global Services, highlights the common reasons why international expansion fails.
While GDPR comes with challenges, companies can take advantage of this data detox get rid of those mass and inaccurate datasets to beat the competition.
While it remains to be seen how GDPR fines will play out in reality, the loss of reputation and loss of custom is something businesses would do well to keep in mind.
We all watched as the business world descended into an unprecedented panic over GDPR and what would happen upon being non-compliant. But there are technological advances on the horizon with far more terrifying consequences, says Real Business columnist Jan Cavelle.
We re only weeks into the GDPR, and already companies all over the country have misinterpreted and misunderstood the legislation, or just simply buried their head in the sand when it comes to getting compliant.