The information included passport scans, drivers' licenses and medical insurance cards
Organisations in Germany have spent even more
With time running out, what are the key compliance lessons organisations can learn from other IT leaders?
The EU's GDPR regulation is supposed to help focus business leaders' minds on security. But will it help cyber criminals more than CIOs and CISOs?
Prepared for when GDPR comes fully into force on 25 May 2018?
Vendors need to be liable when their software is breached, says David Venable
Digital secretary Matt Hancock urges organisations to prepare for GDPR - with less than half even aware of the new law
With only four months to go, many organisations haven't even heard of GDPR, let alone made the fundamental data-protection changes it demands
With just four months to go, firms will struggle to achieve compliance
University tech fund invests in academics whose research has commercial potential
Government proposes new changes to Data Protection Bill to protect security researchers
Fail to patch at your own risk
The IT industry looks at the ramifications of Computing's latest security research
More than 90 per cent of the largest companies say that they are ready for the regulation, but few have taken the necessary steps
But will all of that data be a problem when the GDPR hits?
Minister for digital is confident about maintaining smooth UK-EU data transfers in a post-Brexit world
Matt Hancock urged MPs to support the Data Protection Bill
Compliance is a challenge, but the new regulation presents an opportunity to re-shape customer engagement and customer data management strategies
Looking at the year to come by analysing the year that was
Understanding and implementation are still low, though
Come the GDPR, failing to inform the authorities and customers of data breaches will be illegal - and subject to massive fines
Less than six months to go before the GDPR fully becomes law - but many organisations won't be ready
Fewer than half of organisations said that they will be able to handle non-compliance fines, but many expect to be breached
There are some key differences between the GDPR and existing DPD, and awareness is key to compliance
The supermarket has been found culpable for the actions of a rogue employee, in a new landmark ruling
Steve Norledge of IBM warns against targeting the 'low-hanging fruit' of personal data