UK organisations risk penalties by ignoring upcoming GDPR

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Inappropriate staff access to personal data could attract the attention of the ICO
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Inappropriate staff access to personal data could attract the attention of the ICO

Research by Sharp suggests that almost one quarter of employees store data in public cloud services without permission

With the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) coming into full force next May, thousands of UK businesses are at risk of incurring steep fines if employees fail to comply with guidelines. That's...

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