New EU data protection laws will demand even better security, claims report

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Multi-factor authentication will become the norm as organisations rush to demonstrate that they're taking security seriously

The imminent arrival of the European Union General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will require big improvements to organisations' computer security, according to researchers at Queen Mary Univer...

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