With the arrival of GDPR now imminent, the latest article in our GDPR Doctors series sees Neil Larkins, COO of Egress Software Technologies, explain the important differences between the role of a data controller and a data processor in the context of the new rules.
It’s Valentine’s Day, but for many business leaders the 14 February 2018 is a date of significance for an entirely different reason, for it marks 100 days until GDPR is enforced.
For the next of our GDPR Doctors features, we ve looked at GDPR compliance and whether it’s down to humans or machines.
Kicking off the first in our GDPR doctors series, we’ve broken down the basics of GDPR to help provide business owners with a solid foundation on where to get started.
There is so much GDPR noise out there, it wouldn?t come as a surprise if you?d tried to avoid it. But we ve got a better option check out our new GDPR doctors feature series.
Prior to the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation), the EU Data Protection Directive made headlines in 1995 as the first official set of rules governing consumer privacy. But since then, we have become more connected than ever before.
Customers now require consistent service standards across email, social media and telephone communications, leaving it up to businesses to tackle the technical challenges this poses.
Based on a survey of organisations from the UK, France and Germany, a recent FireEye report found that many organisations in Europe are unprepared for and challenged by cost and complexity of compliance with new European Union (EU) security legislation.