GDPR is confusing businesses, claims Trend Micro report

Nicholas Fearn
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Confused? You will be when the GDPR comes into force
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Confused? You will be when the GDPR comes into force

Businesses are struggling to understand how the GDPR will work, suggests survey

Businesses only have six months to prepare for the General Data Protection Regulation, but a recent study has found that they remain confused greatly by the law. According research conducted by ...

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