Steve Norledge of IBM warns against targeting the 'low-hanging fruit' of personal data
Experts from Balfour Beatty, IBM, ACCA and Age UK share their strategies and warn of the pitfalls in preparing for GDPR compliance
An expert panel at a recent Computing event discuss whether telemarketing will still be possible once the GDPR comes into force
The GDPR will make the issue of personal data a potentially expensive business issue
Erik Vynckier, board member of Firesters Friendly Society and Paul Edmunds, head of technology at the National Crime Agency explains how they're preparing for the upcoming GDPR
Jessica Figueras, chief analyst at GlobalData explains that Philip Hammond had to choose between several difficult options in this budget
On audit and transparency yes, but right of erasure is not a good fit
Data sprawl is a significant challenge for multi-nationals
Under GDPR you'll be able to ask organisations to hand over all the data they hold on you. But what happens when a cyber criminal is able to pass himself off as you, and force firms to tell him everything?
Company filed for bankruptcy earlier this year to restructure
Fieldfisher GDPR expert Kuan Hon explains the possibilities, with potential fines for large firms set to run into billions when the new law comes into force next year
Confused by the GDPR? There's a number to call
Businesses have concerns about the GDPR, with the compliance deadline approaching fast and the impact expected to be significant
The draft guidance aims to help data controllers and data processors understand their roles
Tom Clark, CIO at Leeds Building Society, explains how a random LinkedIn request ended up with his organisation implementing a cheap, effective tool which has helped understand how data travels around the business
techUK gives cautious welcome to PM's speech today, but warns of sector stress in accelerated programme.
Data from 17th century ships' logs is still used today in weather research. Under GDPR, should it be deleted?
New proposals will protect professionals who have to handle personal data without consent
The UK lags behind the rest of the world on GDPR knowledge, even though awareness is approaching 100 per cent
Surprise! They all deal with data
The Great Firewall locks the country off from external influences, and now China is cracking down on internal dissidents
There's no silver bullet, but Blue Cedar can be part of the shotgun blast of technology solutions
The GDPR is too much of a legal document to meet every requirement
New regulations are forcing banks to give more power to customers and competitors with respect to account data, but they may be able to turn it them to their advantage