GDPR has forced changes in security training, says expert panel

Tom Allen
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Panel agrees: GDPR has forced changes in security training
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Panel agrees: GDPR has forced changes in security training

George Tunnicliffe of the National Theatre called the GDPR "A massive advert for two-way security"

Training staff in cyber security is just as important as having the appropriate software and processes, but too often this boils down to half an hour watching a Powerpoint presentation, four times ...

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