GDPR: How to squeeze security budget from the business

Stuart Sumner
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Bridget Kenyon, head of information security at University College London explains how the impending GDPR can help security teams increase their budgets

Security teams looking for extra funds from CEOs and CFOs should use the increased penalties for security breaches described in the impending General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) for leverage....

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