GDPR: What will happen in the first 72 hours after a data breach?

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GDPR: What will happen in the first 72 hours after a data breach?

Alien Vault's Javvad Malik describes how GDPR will change organisations' data breach responses

While the countdown began more than a year ago, it's only now that many organisations are preparing in earnest for GDPR - with the EU regulation coming into full force in just eight months. Many...

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