Most GDPR-compliant organisations are actually not

Tom Allen
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Firms must have data visibility, as well as protection
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Firms must have data visibility, as well as protection

Only two per cent of 'GDPR-ready' organisations are actually compliant

Many of the companies that claim to be ready for the GDPR do not actually comply with its regulations, a study by Veritas Technologies has found. 31 per cent of the 900 respondents across Europe...

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