- Brian Shillibeer
Most companies are not confident of being fully compliant ahead of the GDPR deadline with the biggest fear being the loss of data on laptops and other mobile devices.
- Anna Jordan, Small Business Co.uk
Worryingly few organisations think that they're prepared for the GDPR, with many worried that they won't meet standards for compliance.
- Jon Fielding, Legal IT Professionals
It’s not surprising that the legal sector represents a goldmine for hackers; it is a vital component of UK business and government infrastructure.
Enabling partners in a supply chain to share information and collaborate is crucial to a contracting organisation’s agility and competitive edge.
- Michael Hill, InfoSecurity Magazine
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is now less than two months away from coming into force and with the deadline looming organizations are continuing to source, implement and perfect strategies to aid them in their compliance efforts.
- Christopher Burgess, Security Boulevard
We are all familiar with the refrain that compliance does not equal security; well, neither does employee convenience.
- Stuart Littleford, Government sand Public Sector Journal
Following the news that Wigan County Council have experienced more than 80 data breaches in the past 2 years, the council has reinforced the importance of data security to all its staff.
- Nick Ismail, Information Age
The path to compliance with GDPR looks different for every organisation; it’s a tweak to an existing security policy for some, and a vast project for others
Starting a business is a big achievement for many entrepreneurs, but maintaining one is the larger challenge.
- GDPR Report; Jon Fielding
The change of year from 2017 to 2018 will have brought a reality check for many companies preparing for the GDPR. Now is the time for every business owner to stop, measure their security posture...(go to article)