Only one-in-five major organisations confident they will be ready for GDPR

Tom Allen
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Most firms are mapping data, but only four in 10 have a GDPR plan
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Most firms are mapping data, but only four in 10 have a GDPR plan

Data sprawl is a significant challenge for multi-nationals

Yesterday, we reported that 38 per cent of firms don't think that they will be ready for the GDPR by March 2018. Following on from that, law firm Technology Law Alliance has told us that its resear...

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