Nine out of 10 UK CIOs 'concerned' about EU's new data protection laws

Sooraj Shah
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Organisations face fines of up to four per cent of global turnover under new EU data protection laws

A whopping 87 per cent of UK CIOs are concerned that their organisation might be exposed under the upcoming General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), a new report has found. The report, commiss...

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