Posts Tagged ‘GDPR’

Threats to Your Physical Data Destruction Process

Mark Haper

Mark Harper of HSM, discusses how the media focus on cyber-attacks and digital data breaches means we are in danger of neglecting our physical information security. Mark highlights the potential risks to paper-based security and how to negate them. In today’s data-driven environments, data compliance and security should be at the heart of any business.…

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GDPR compliance demystified with new online self-service tool

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Information security specialists, Shred-it, has announced the release of a new online self-service tool designed to help businesses achieve General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) compliance. Following guidance from the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO), GDPR Manager guides users through a six-step process from initial assessment to an outgoing action plan. This announcement comes after recent survey…

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SafeToGo Solo intended for SMEs wanting to transport data securely

SafeTogo Solo

Cardwave, a leading expert in flash memory technology solutions, has expanded its SafeToGo USB security range with a new GDPR compliant AES-256 bit XTS hardware encrypted USB 3.0. Providing a highly competitive hardware encrypted USB solution for individuals and SMEs wanting to transport data securely, the new SafeToGo Solo hardware encrypted USB includes many of…

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Survey shows confusion around GDPR compliance

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Survey shows confusion around GDPR compliance GDPR compliance is proving to be an obstacle as the looming deadline throws light on worldwide confusion and lack of preparation.  The GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) deadline set for May 25, 2018, however, WatchGuard Technologies has shown within their survey that many organisations are ill-fitted due to uncertainty surrounding…

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IBM Security new IBM Resilient product helps companies prepare for incoming EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)

IBM Security new IBM Resilient product helps companies prepare for incoming EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)

IBM has announced new incident response capabilities from its IBM Resilient security portfolio, to help companies address the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). These capabilities are designed to help clients rehearse, prepare for and manage the new regulations. GDPR is one of the biggest changes in data privacy law in decades which goes into effect on May 25, 2018.

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D2 Legal Technology: GDPR – Risk, Restriction or Business Enabler?

D2 Legal Technology: GDPR – Risk, Restriction or Business Enabler?

The prohibitive fines associated with the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) are creating a stir, according to D2 Legal Technology. However, despite the high level of potential liability stemming from it, this is an immensely pragmatic regulation that is focused on both safeguarding the rights of the individual to control their personal data, and enabling organisations to utilise that data in a secure and lawful way.

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Navigating a new landscape of customer identity management

Navigating a new landscape of customer identity management

GDPR. Four letters, one colossal shift in privacy compliance for companies around the globe. With organisations collecting increasing amounts of data, customers and the governments that represent them have evolving expectations about the transparency surrounding data collection, and the laws that govern the usage and reporting of it.

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