GDPR news stories - Page 2
Data Protection Day needs to be an everyday thing
Today marks the 13th annual Data Protection Day, a day aimed at raising awareness and promoting good data privacy practices around the world.
Data Centre Operators
Organisations wasting $100k a year hoarding useless IT hardware
Staggering new research has revealed how businesses have become paralysed by data regulations and are sucking up the costs of storing old data centre hardware rather than risk a breach.
‘Pivotal’ change in data protection a wake-up call
Veritas' Jasmit Sagoo discusses how individuals now have more control over their data and how this has impacted organisations.
Data Protection Day finally gaining deserved recognition
In previous years this day has been overlooked but KCOM's David Francis says recent events have fueled its importance.
Varonis updates data security offering
Version 7.0 of the Varonis Data Security Platform features new cloud and threat detection and response capabilities.
Expert comment: Google fined US$57mil for GDPR breaches
The committee examining the breaches found two types of breaches of the GDPR.
Twitter says sorry about Android bug that lasted four years
Users of Twitter's Android platform may want to review their privacy settings.
Hillstone CTO's 2019 security predictions
Hillstone Networks CTO Tim Liu shares what key developments could be expected in the areas of security compliance, cloud, security, AI and IoT.
Internet issues, phishing emails top SMEs' tech concerns
A survey of UK small businesses has found that many are concerned about how internet-related issues could affect their business in 2019.
Businesses worried but complacent about cyber attacks - Aura Infosec
40% of businesses say their employees receive between one and five phishing or ransomware attacks every quarter.
Four trends set to shape the network in 2019 – Juniper
While it represents the hub that underpins virtually all IT services, the network has also historically been one of the most difficult to change.
Three things that will happen in 2019 – and one that will not
Commvault's Nigel Tozer reflects on the year that's been and the one ahead with three predictions of what will be and one that won't.
Don’t wait till disaster strikes – best practices when implementing DR
As more companies migrate their data to the cloud, disaster recovery becomes critical to ensure their operations are not disrupted by unforeseen events.
Using blockchain to ensure regulatory compliance
“Data privacy regulations such as the GDPR require you to put better safeguards in place to protect customer data, and to prove you’ve done it."
Modernising ERP systems can help organisations comply with GDPR
“Organisations need to look for modern ERP systems that are specifically designed with GDPR in mind."
A new data centre for Frankfurt as Skillsoft puts down roots
The company is hoping to boost its cloud operations in the region while satiating the GDPR demands.
GDPR and backup – balancing business continuity and data protection
It’s over six months since the implementation of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and we’re now at the in-between phase. T
Gemalto building EU data centres to satiate GDPR
The company is looking to put its shoes in line for the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
Data protection is key to building customer trust
"New data compliance rules offer an opportunity for businesses to re-evaluate their processes and improve data management and customer loyalty."
Aus organisations need to lock down on data security
Where nearly 3 in 5 organisations (56%) routinely encrypted employee and HR data in 2016, this has further dropped to around 2 in 5 organisations (44%) this year.
The five-step guide to securing data in the cloud - IDC
This is especially important with the implementation of privacy regulations such as GDPR.
Identity and Access Management
Three access management trends making waves in APAC
Consumer identity proofing, authentication, and authorisation will top the $37 billion value mark by 2023.
Combatting the rise of Cybercrime-as-a-Service
Amateur cybercriminals (or anyone with a grudge), can execute spam attacks, steal people’s identities, and more.
Organisations lack holistic approach to data protection
It is paramount for organisations to have a clear understanding of what data protection is and close the gaps in their protection strategies.